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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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/ have had printed at my Private Press 
One hundred copies of u Fragmenta Genealogical 
Vol. X. This copy is No. 32 




Grove Park, Denmark Hill, 
London, S.E. 



FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA 



FRAGMENTA 
GENEALOGICA 



VOL. X. 




PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS OF 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 
1904 



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CONTENTS, 

1135500 

AUTOGRAPHS. 



PAGE 

Bacon, Mary . . • 54, 67 

Bacon, Phil: . . 54-56, 67 

Bacon, Susan . . .56, 67 

Bradley, Robert . . . 31 

Bryckwood, Barth : . . 41 

Bysshe, Edward, Clarenceux King 

of Armes ... 82 
Camden, William, Clarenceux King 

of Armes ... 80 
Cooke, Rob 1 Alias Clarensieulx 

Roy Darmes ... 76 
Dugdale, William, Norroy King 

of Armes . . .. 74 

Fynn, Eliz: . . . 57,68 

Heard, Isaac, Garter . . 83 

Ker, Will : . . . 7 



PAGE 

King, Gregorius, Rougedragon, 



Collegij Armorum Regrarius . 81 
Lettsom, John Coakley . . 38 

Lettsom, W. Nanson . . 37, 38 

Lock, Thomas, Clarenceux . 83 

Marsh, Robert, 1743 . . 31 

Minter, Mary . . .64, 69 

Minter, S. . . .62, 68 

Minter, William . . 57-60, 68, 69 

Nanson, William ... 38 
S'george, Ri., Clarenceux Kinge 

of Armes ... 78 
Sicklemor, Martha . . 54, 67 

Sparowe, Sarah . . . 59, 68 

Tong, William . . . 62, 68 



DEEDS. 



Assessment of the Parish of North Nibley in the Hundred of Berkeley . . 70 

List of Slaves ......... 86 

Tuddenham, Suffolk ........ 54 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES. 



Adams . . . 


33, 35 


Addison and Crofton 


16 


Barrett and Knevett 


5 


Bartlett 


36 


Baylis and Wood . 


21 


Boston 


34 


Bowles 


15 


Bradley 


30 


Cant 


13 


Christian, Baker and Morewood 
Clements and Howard 


6 


12 


Coe and Nicolson . 


10 


Collins 


8 


Cook 


7 


Cooper 


35 


Crabb 


20 



Davis . . . . . 7 
Docking . . . .14 

Favell .... 4 

Freeman .... 8 

Fromanteel and Greene . . 16 

Furnner .... 36 

Gage . . . . 12 
Garrard . . . .21 

Hutchison ... 4 

Jany and Sibel ... 14 

Johnson, Cock and Lee . . 45 

Kempston . . . . 11 

Ker .... 7 

Lockwood ... 20 

Martin .... 9 

Meadows .... 28 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES, continued. 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Morris 


41 


Thomas .... 


35 


Nanson and Lettsom 


36 


Thompson and Cartwright 


2 


Neale 


15 


Thorley and Hunt 


44 


O'Brien 


25 


Tipple .... 


9 


Pepper 


10 


Towry, Chamberlaine and Hopkins 


43 


Pepper and Milner 


10 


Waren .... 


33 


Peters 


44 


Welton .... 


1 


Pullin and Wharam 


5 


West .... 


26, 27 


Roberts 


42 


Whisker .... 


24 


Royce and Bryckwood 


41 


Whiskin and Baker 


.50 


Rudland 


4 


Williams .... 


34 


Salmon 


13 


Windey .... 


22 


Sedger 


29 


Wood and Richardson 


27 


Stratford . 


29 


Worts .... 


32 


Taylor and Harslett 


17 





GRANTS OF ARMS, &c. 



Certificate of Nobility to Raymund Everard, i68§ . . . .81 

Exemplification of Arms to Robert Cutler, 1612 .... 80 

Grant of Arms to William Bensley and Robert Bensley, 1 80 1 ... 82 
Grant of Arms to Thomas Fletewood, 1545 ..... 79 

Grant of Arms to Joseph Hall, Bishop of Exeter, 1 63 1 .... 78 

Grant of Arms to William Kempe, 1662 ...... 82 

Grant of Arms to Thomas Northland, 1482 ..... 75 

Grant of Arms to Herbert Westfaling, 1578 . . . . .76 

Grant of Arms to John Wylkynson, 1519 ..... 77 

Grant of Augmentation of Arms to Richard Legh, 1665 .... 72 

Letters Patent for Earldom of Barrymore, 162X ..... 84 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Fac-simile of a Letter from Henry Oxenden of Barham, Kent . to face page 53 

Fac-simile of a Silver Snuff Box, with the Arms of Lynch . ,, ,, 92 



LETTER. 

Henry Oxenden of Barham, Kent, 1648 ..... 53 



PEDIGREES. 

Lettsom . . . 38 I Oxenden .... 49 

Minter . . . 68 I Sicklemore ... 65 



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REGISTER EXTRACTS. 



Cripps Family 



PAGE 

46 



Faulconer Family 



PAGE 

93-116 



WILLS. 



Brook, Sarah, 1796 
Brown, Thomas, 1730 
Faulconer Family, 1543-1829 
Glanfield, John, 1743 
Hamlin, Anne, I74§ 



152 

147 
117-152 
48 
148 



Hamlin, William, 174I 
Minter, William, 1788 
Sparrow, Letitia, 1808 
Tong, Catherine, 1784 
Tong, William, 1794 



148 
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64 
60 
63 



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jfragmenta (Stnealogtca. 



Vol. X. 



Welton Family. 

This yeare of our lorde 1583 was Born and crisned myles mayhew 

the 14 day of december being. 
John Lunnis was baptiede the viij of September 1594. 
John Welton the Son of Robert Welton of Martha his wife was born 

ye 2 £jth G f j u iy j n tne y ear Q f our L or( i 1690. 

Robert Welton was born y e 3 of September 1691. 

William Welton was born June y e 17 th 1693. 

Martha Welton was born May the 12 th 1695. 

Mary Welton was born febvary y e i l i69f. 

Cornalis Welton was born April y e 11 th 1698. 

Martha (?) Welton y e Second . . . y e 9 th of March 1700. 

In Welton the Son of In° & Ann Welton was born Sep br y e 11 th 1743 

Between 7 & 8 in the Morning on Sunday. 
Mary was born Sep br y e 17 th 1744 Between one & two Monday morning. 
Rob' was Born Sep br y e 21 st 1745 at twelve at Night Saterday. 
Ann was Born Sep br y e 26 th 1746 at Eight Morning Friday. 
Martha was Born Sep br y e 9 th 1747 three Morning Wednesday. 
Will" 1 was Born Octo br y e 18 th 1748 Eight Morning Twesday. 
Rob' y e 2 d was Born March y e 12 th 1749-50 Monday afternoon. 
Dinah was Born Decem r y e 20 th 1751 Friday afternoon B: 3 & 4. 
Cornelius was Born Decern: y e 4, 175 1 N: stile Monday 3 m: 
Daniel was Born Novem: 21, 1755: y e morning Friday. 
Edmund was Born March 22, 1758 y e 9 N: Wednesday. 
Cornelius 2 d the 18 of DeC 1765 (? 3) Thursday. 

William Welton The Son of John Welton Was Born Aprill the 9, 1725. 
Thomas John Welton Jan: 12, 1759. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Imprinted at 
London in powles Churchyarde by Richarde 
Jiigge, Printer to the Queenes Maiestie ; " 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Thompson and Cartwright Families. 



1623 John Thompson baptized 2 nd day of April. 

Thomas Thompson y e son of Thomas Thompson and Anne his wife 
was born decemb r 8 th L706 on sunday morning between one and 
2 in y e morning. 

John Thompson was born on Wednesday I st septemb r 1708 between 

11 and 12 in y e morn. 
Elizabeth Thompson was born Jan r y 7 th i7yf in y e morning. 
Robert Thompson was born may 11 th 1713 at 5 in y e morning. 
Anne Thompson was born decemb r 27 th 17 15. 
samuell Thomsson was born octob r 5 th 17 18. 
dorothy Thompson was born may y e 6 th 1722. 
Moses Thompson was Born Aprill the 28, 1724. 
John Thompson Departed this Life April y e 30 th 1744 aged 35 years 
1784 Elizabeth wife of Thomas Thompson buried July 5 th aged 67 y rs . 
1792 Thomas Thompson was Buried at Wootton December 26 th 
aged 87. 

Thomas Thompson of Wootton married Anne Hardy of Barrow. 
1706 Thomas Son of Thomas and Annie Thompson born Dec r 8 th 

died unmarried. 
1708 John Son of Thomas & Ann Thompson born Sep: I st . 
1 1\\ Elizabeth daug er of Thomas and Anne Thompson born Janv 7 th . 
1 7 13 Robert Thompson was born May 11 th . 
1 7 15 Ann Thompson was born Dec r 27 th . 
1 7 18 Samuel Thompson was born Oct r 5 th . 

1722 Dorothy daughter of Thomas and Anne Thompson was born 
May 6 th m: first Taylor, second Edw d Cartwright (Aunt 
Dolly). 

1724 Moses Thompson was born April 28 th . 

1732 Thomas Thompson the first named died. 

1744 John Thompson died April 30 th aged 35 yrs: 

1739 Robert Thompson and Ann Goodwin of Kirmington were 

Married at Limber March 6 th . 
1 741 Ann daug er of Rob' and Ann Thompson born at Barnetby le 
Wold Aug: 29. 
Elizabeth daug : of Rob' & Ann Thompson born. 

1763 Thomas Cartwright of Ulceby and Ann Thompson were married 

at Kirmington May 3 rd . 

1764 Ann daug er of Thomas & Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 

married John Kirman of Thornton Curtis 1787. 

1765 Thompson son of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born Aug: 10 th 

married Frances Holland of Withern or Claythorpe. 

1767 Sarah daug er of Thomas & Ann Cartwright born Jan^ 2 nd m: 

first W: Johnson second Martin Frankish of Kirmington. 

1768 Elizabeth daug er of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born Dec: 14 th 

m: W: England of Middle Rasen. 
1770 Mary daug er of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born Aug: 31 st 

m : John Pinney second wife. 
1772 Jane daug er of Thomas & Ann Cartwright born May 16 th m: 

John Pinney first wife. 

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1773 Dorothy daug er ! of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born Aug: 9 th 

m : Thomas Odling of Islington. 
1775 Robert son of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 

April 14 th m: Sarah Weeks. 

1777 Frances daug er of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 

May 31 st died June 15 th . 

1778 Frances daug er of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 

m : W m Wyett of Mareham le Fen. 

1781 Rebecca daug er of Thomas & Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 

Jan^ 27 th m: W: Kent of Swaby and died in Canada April 
1846. 

1782 Dinah daug er of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 

m: Thomas Brooks of Alford died at Ulceby June 5 th 182 1 
buried at Kirmington. 
1785 Joel son of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby March 
22 nd died there June 25 th 1844, having married Oct: 23 rd 
1 8 1 1 Ann Abbott who died March 19 th 1827. Buried at 
Bilsby. 

1787 Tobias son of Thomas and Ann Cartwright born at Ulceby 
March 7 th m: Mary Bogg of Boston Jan: 21 st 1813. 

1792 Thomas son of Tho s Thompson died at Wootton Dec: 24 th aged 

86 buried Dec: 26 th . 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Thompson Buried July 5 th 1784 
aged 67. 

1793 Ann wife of Robert Thompson died at Kirmington Jan r y 18 th 

aged 77. 

1793 Robert Thompson died at Kirmington July 11 th . 

1798 Ann wife of Thomas Cartwright daug er of R' & Ann Thompson 

died at Ulceby near Alford Jan? 11 th Aged 56 y rs . 
18 10 Thomas Cartwright of Ulceby died at Alford Sep: 6 th Aged 71 y rs . 
1 82 1 Thompson Cartwright died at Kirmington Dec: 28 th aged 57 y rs . 

1827 Ann wife of Joel Cartwright died at Ulceby near Alford March 

19 th aged 35 Buried at Bilsby. 

1828 Francis widow of Thompson Cartwright died. 

1844 Joel Cartwright died at Ulceby June 25 th aged 59 y rs Buried at 
Bilsby. 

Sarah wife of Robert Cartwright died at Searby Buried at 
Kirmington. 

1855 Tobias Cartwright died at Forthington Oct: 15 aged 68 y rs 
Buried at Ulceby. 

1859 Mary Cartwright widow of Tobias Cartwright died at Forthington 
aged 70 y rs buried at Ulceby. 

1 86 1 Robert son of Thomas & Ann Cartwright died at Ragnall Hall 
Nott s , the house of his son Thomas Weeks Cartwright, 
Sep r 13 th aged 86 y rs Buried at Kirmington Sep: 19 th . 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, " Imprinted at 
London by Robert Barker, Printer to the 
Kings most Excellent Maiestie, ; " in 

my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Rudtand Family. 



Caroline Elizabeth Rudland, Born November 4 th at 7 Oclock in the 

Morning 1833, The Daughter of Betsey and George Harrington 

Rudland, Surgeon, Halesworth. 
Sarah Anna Maria Rudland, Born May 12 th 1835 at Twenty Minutes 

Past Nine o'Clock in the Morning. 
Ellen Rosa Rudland Born February 24, 1837 at Half Past Five in the 

Afternoon. 

Harrington Archer Rudland Born December 13, 1838 Twenty Minutes 

Past Eight in the Morning. 
Frederic Spratlin Rudland Born August 3 rd 1840 Half Past Eight in the 

Morning. 

George Willis Rudland Born 13 of February 1843 at Twenty Seven 

Minutes after Two Oclock in the Afternoon. 
George Willis Rudland Died Nov br 8 th 1856. 
My dear Mother Died July 12 th 1847 Aged 82 Years. 
My dear Father Died May 15 th 1855 Aged 76 Years. 
Sarah Anna Maria Rudland Died June 5 th 1857. 
Frederic Spratlin Rudland Died August. 

My dear Husband George Harrington Rudland Died March 14 th 1869. 
Caroline Elizabeth Bell Died March 11 th 1873. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, " Oxford : Printed by 
T. Wright and W. Gill, Printers to the University, 
MDCCLXXVII;" in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Favell Family. 

Elizabeth the daughter Thomas ffavell was baptized at Wiverston 
March y e 30, 1648. Christo: Smea Rect 1 '. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, " Imprinted At London 
by Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most 
excellent Maiestie, 1606;" in my possession. — F. A.C. 



Hutchison Family. 

James Hutchison and Betty Crafourd was Married Jan r y 25, 1771. 
John Hutchison was born \ John Hutchison died 

Jun 8, 1772. / Jun 13, 1776. 

Ann Hutchison was born July 17, 1774. 
George Hutchison was born \ George Hutchison Died 

Ma r 24, 1777. / 22 d April 1827. 

Betty Crawford my wife died Ma r 6, 1778. 
James Hutchison & Jean Paterson was Married May 22, 1798. 
Margrat Hutchison born May 11, 1801. 

James Hutchison my Father died 21 st April 181 1 aged 70 y rs & 4 ms . 
Margaret Hutchison Died 14 th Sep r 1875. 

From a Bible, dated 17 30, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Puttin and IVharam Families. 



William Puleyne Sonn of Robert Pulleyn late of East Keswicke was 

baptized the 19th day of nouember in the yeare of our lord 1633. 
Henry y e soon of Simeon pullin was Born y e 2 d Day of Decemb r 1703. 
Robert soon of simeon pullin was Born y e 25 th of May 1705. 
William soon of simeon pullin was Born y e 18 th of Decemb r 1707. 
Alice Doughter of Simeon Pullin was Borne the 18 th of March 1709. 
John Soon of Simeon Pullin was Borne the 8 th of June 1712. 
Sarah Pullen was born nouember 17, 1720. 

Alice the Davghter of William Wharam was born Decem ber y e 6, 1707. 
Grace y e Davghter of William Wharam was born October y e 4, 1 709. 
William the Son of William Wharam was born july y e 25, 171 1. 
Mary & Ann Daughters of William Wharam was born Decern: y e 24, 
1713- 

Mary y e Davghter of William Wharam was born march y e 20, 17 14. 
Robbert y e son of William Wharam was born june y e 20, 17 16. 
Hannah y e Daughter of William Wharam was born August y e 8, 1 7 1 7. 
Thomas y e son of William Wharam was born june y e 18, 17 19. 
Rosomand y e Daughter of William Wharam was born March y e 27, 
1721. 

i . . y e Daughter of William Wharam was born April y e 30, 1723. 
William Jackson 1748. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common 
Prayer and Bible, with Apocrypha, "Imprinted 
At London By Robert Barker, Printer to the 
Kings most Excellent Maiestie. A?mo z6i2;" 
in my possessio?t.—Y. A. C. 



Barrett and Knevett Families. 

M r W: L: Howell, Solicitor 40 Ratcliff Highway London. 

M rs Knevett, Clark Street 23 Stepney London. 

M r Barrett 37 Back Church Lane Whitechapel London. 

Sister Barrett on a viset to Kimbley Hall July 14 a party to Dinner on 

the 27 ut Needham M l . 
M rs Tideman on the 28 of July. 

M rs Knevett confind the 22 of Aug st at 5 minuets past 5 oclock in the 

Morning with a daughter that makeing her Twentyeth child. 
March the 23 M rs Barrett Birth Day. 

Jan r y Dyed 25 th My Dear Sister Hudson \ parst Ten oclock on the 

Friday Morning 1850. 
Dear Sister on Wednesday at 12 oclock 185 1. 
Dyed March 15 Burried 25 th M rs Barrett. 

the Lines on M rs Barretts tomb stone under "far from this World of 
Toil & Strife She is present with the Lord the labours of her 
Mortal life End in a large reward." 

M r and M rs T: Crisp to London 1845 May 23 Returned Home to 
Chillesford June 24. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Christian, Baker and Morewood Families. 



Eliz th Christian born 2 nd of December 1792. 
Ann Christian born 2 nd of August 1794. 

Ann Christian Mother of Eliz h & Ann Christian departed this life 

December 3, 1794. 
Robert Christian was Buried the 3 of May 1801. 
John Morewood of Witacre Died 1805. 
James Baker of Hartshill died the 8 th of May 1805. 
Elizabeth Baker Mother of the above James Baker died 5 th of Sep r 1805. 
Tho s Baker Sen r Died 13 Feb r y 1806. 
Tho s Baker Jun r Died 2 nd June 1806. 
Tho s Morewood of Rowdon Died 17 June 1823. 

Tho s Morewood was Married to Mary Thompson the i6 fh of Octo 1 ' 1770. 

Michael Morewood was born March 17, 1772. 

Mary Morewood born the 31 st of October 1774. 

Ann Morewood born July 31 st 1775. 

Tho s Morewood born July 31, 1776. 

John Morewood born Dec r 23, 1778. 

Will" 1 Morewood born Jan'y 20, 1781. 

Ann Morewood died Sep r 22, 1776. 

John Morewood died April 6, 1779. 

Mary Morewood Wife of Tho s Morewood died Aug' 23, 1781. 

Mary Morewood was Married to John Lambert 28 th of October 1806 

and died September 8 th 1816. 
Michael and Elizabeth Morewood was Maried 16 th of Octo br 1797. 
Tho s Morewood was born August 22 nd 1798. 
Mary Morewood was born August 22 nd 1799. 
John Morewood was born December 16 th 1800. 
William Morewood born July 18 th 1802. 
James Baker Morewood born Jan^ 11 th 1804. 
Eliz th Morewood Born Nov r 9, 1805. 
Robert Morewood Born June 27, 1807. 
Tho 3 Morewood Rowdon Died 17 of June 1823. 
Tho s Morewood of Griff Married to Fanny Neal Jan^ 1823. 
John Morewood of Atherstone Married to Amy Twells Birket Aug' 21, 

1823. 

Robert Morewood, of Burton, Westmoreland, married to Margaret North 

of Liverpool, June 27 th 1844. 
Elizabeth wife of Michael Morewood, died Sunday July 25" 1 1841 at 

\ before 6 in the morning. 
Michael Morewood of Hartshill died Sunday Nov r 9" 1 1845 at \ before 

6 in the morning. 
Thomas Morewood (of Griff) son of the above died Sep"" 5 th 1841. 
William son of Michael Morewood died in America January 5 th 1866. 
Robert Morewood died Ap ! 5 th 1866 at Burton, Westmoreland, Vicar & 

Honorary Canon of Carlisle. 
Amy Twells Morewood wife of John Morewood died December i %t 1868. 
John Morewood husband of the above died April 22 nd . 

From fly-haves in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Ker Family. 



William Ker of Gateshan and Elizabeth Eliott, the only daughter of 
Gilbert Elliott of Stonnedge, were maried upon the 26 th day of 
June 1739. 

And Cicily Ker, their daughter, was born upon the i st of May 1742, 

dy'd 3 d March 1749. 
Andrew, born upon the i st Novemb r 1744. Dy'd 30 th Octo r 1745. 
Mary, born 27 th Decemb r 1746. 
Gilbert, born 7 th ffeb r 1749. 
Elizabeth, born 6 th May 175 1. 
John, born 30 th June 1753. Died 6 th Sep 1 " 1754. 
Charles, born 18 th November 1754. 
Essex, born 27 th July 1756. 
William, born 25 th March 1759. 
Robert, born 6 th July 1761. 
John, born 17 th Aprile 1763. 

My dear wife dy'd 9 th Septemb r 1768. She was born 7 th June 1720. 

Born 6 Oct r 1707. 
jA Died at Broomlands 25 April 1794. 
MtaX 87. 




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From a Bible, "London, printed for John Baskett, 
Printer to y e King's Most Excellent Majesty, 
I 735 >' " * n m y possession. — F. A. C. 



Davis Family. 

Mary Davis Born y e 26 th August 17 . . 
Tho s Davis Born y e 10 th April 1764. 
Rich d Davis Born y e 24 th May 1766. 
Ann Davis Born y e 13 th Day of Febury 1769. 
Eliz th Davis Born y e 13 th of Sept r 1772. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Printed by the 
printers to the Vniversitie of Cambridge. Ann. 
Dom. i6j/ ; " in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Cook Family. 

John Cook Born Saturday June 16 th 1764. 
Edw d Cook Born Monday Sept r 16 th 1765. 
Eliz: Cook Born Friday May 29 th 1767. 
James Cook Born May 12 th 1768. 

From a Bible, dated 1672, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Collins Family. 



Margaret Collins n Cavendish St: 1826 the gift of Margaret Carpenter. 

Martha Collins her daughter born 19 May. 

William Collins her son born 19 Sep r 1787. 

Francis Collins her second son born 4 Feby: 1790. 

William Wilkie Collins. Born January 8 th 1824 \ before 5 in the 

afternoon at N° 11 New Cavendish Street, Parish of St: Mary- 

le-bone. 

Charles Allston Collins. Born January 25 th 1828 \ before 1 in the 
morning at Pond Street, Hampstead. 

From a Book of Common Prayer, " Cambridge, 
18 18 ; " in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Freeman Family. 

Anna Charlotte Daughter of John M: & Charlotte Freeman born July 
21 st 1825. 

Anna Charlotte Daughter of John Major and Charlotte Freeman Died 

February 19 th 1826. 
Martha Charlotte daughter of John M: and Charlotte Freeman born 

July 26 th ' 1826. 

Anna Daughter of the above John Major and Charlotte Freeman born 
June 25 th 1828. 

Charlotte Bridget Daughter of John Major and Charlotte Freeman born 
April 13 th 1 83 1. 

John Major Son of John Major and Charlotte Freeman born 

September 5 th 1832. 
Charlotte Bridget Daughter of the above Died April I st 1833. 
Newton Son of John M: and Charlotte Freeman Born January 17 th 

1835- 

Newton Son of John M: and Charlotte Freeman died April i7 th /35- 
John Major Freeman Father of the above named Children Died 

September 3 rd 1835. 
Charlotte Freeman His Relict Died February 5 th 1862. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, dated 1808, in 
my possession. On the title-page of the 
Old Testament is written ; " John Major 
and Charlotte Freeman's Family Bible 
1824."— F. A. C. 



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Martin Family. 

Memorand" 1 

W m Martin my Father was Born at a Town call d Ford in Northum- 
berland was baptis'd at the said Church Feb y 1690, the above 
W m Martin married Hannah Gooding sinle (sic) woman of 
Martlesham in this County (near Woodbridge) and was Inter'd in 
that Chirch-yard th 24 December 1782. 

Hannah Martin my Mother was Born at the above said town of 
Martlesham, was baptis'd 1694, bury'd June 21, 1764. As p r 
Register. T. Clarke, Curate. 

Eleanor Martin was born th i8 Octo r 1763. 

Jane Martin was born th i8 June 1767. 

W m Martin was born December 22, 1774. 

N.B. the Above Eleanor Martin, Jane Martin and (William) Martin are 
the son and Daughters of W m and Sar Martin of the Parish of 
Woodbridge in Suffolk. 

the above Ele r Martin was Marrid to G. Worthington of Woodbridge in 
Ap 1 1797, who depart d this Life on lh 3 September 1794. Eleanor 
Worthington Late Widow of the Said G. Worthington was Marid 
to her Second Husband Will m Mow on Feby 1803 in the said 
parish Church of Woodbridge. 

Memorandum, the above mention E. martin, Jane Martin & W m Martin 
was the only 3 Children liuing at her Discease, she Dyed about the 
40 Year of her Aged on the 6 of Nov 1770, her only Son being 
a Child being born on 22 December following 1774. 

From a loose leaf in my possession.- — F. A. C. 



Tipple Family. 

G. Tipple. 
Registry of Births & Deaths. 

Alfred George Tipple, the son of G. H. Tipple, and Elizabeth his wife ; 

born Saturday March 5 th 1836, at 12 at Noon. 
Died August i st 1836, on the Monday morning, at 9 O Clock, aged 

2 1 weeks. 

George Alfred Tipple, the son of G. H. Tipple & Elizabeth his Wife ; 

born Tuesday the 17th of April 1838, at 12 O'Clock at Noon; died 

April 19th 1838, at 4 O'Clock in the Afternoon, aged 2 days. 
George Henry Tipple the son of G. H. Tipple & Elizabeth his Wife ; 

born Monday the 24th of February 1840, at 20 minutes past Eight 

in the Morning. 

Died Saturday, May 23rd 1840, at \ before 5 in the morning, aged 3 
months. 

Elizabeth Marianne, the daughter of G. H. Tipple & Elizabeth his Wife, 
born Saturday the 4 th of December 1841 at Seven o'clock in the 
Morning. Died January 26th 1844 on the Friday Morning at 
4 o'clock, aged 2 years and 7 weeks. "The darling of her parents' 
hearts." 

Eustace George Holl Tipple, born Saturday January the 24th 1846. 

From a loose leaf i?i my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Coe and Nicolson Families. 



Francis Coe of Little Thornham departed this life June 2 nd 1810, aged 
56 years. 

Martha Coe of Little Thornham departed this life Feb r y 29 th 18 12. 
Aged 72 years. 

James W m Nicolson departed this life Feb r y 18 th 1822. Aged 38 years. 
Hepworth. 

At Walton 14 th Jan r y 1829 Emma Martha Nicolson departed this life 

and intered on the Monday following the 19 th inst. 
Truly Lamented by her affectionate Mother and numerous friends who 

all deplore her loss. She laboured under severe affliction the last 

five years previous to her Death. 
Ann Studd, Gislingham, departed this Life Dec er 27 th 1813 and Inter d 

i 5t Jany 1814 In the 29 th year of her Age. 
Truly lamented by her friend who writes this. M. Nicolson. 
Emma Martha Nicolson was born at Little Thornham, Suffolk, June 

y e 8 th 181 1 at 6 oClock in the Evening. 
Maria Ann Nicolson was Born at West Harling, Norfolk, February 

y e eighth 1813 at twelve at Noon. 
Alexander Francis Nicolson was Born at West Harling, Norfolk, 

Nov br 4 th 1816 at a quarter before five o Clock in the Evening. 

From a Book: "Whole Duty of Man" in my possession. 
On a fly-leaf occurs : "Maria Coe, June ij tk 180J, 
Bought at Woodbridge, 10 s . O youth, O spring of 
Life for ever lost." — F. A. C. 



Pepper and Milner Families. 

William Son of Thomas and Ann Pepper of Nottingham was Born 

March 15 th 1773. 
Thomas Pepper was Born January 20 th 1775. 

John Pepper was Born June 7 th 1777 and Died in his Infancy feb r y 23 d 
following. 

Jane Pepper was Borne Jan f y 28 th 1780. 

Ann the Daughter of John Milner was Borne the 17 of Aprill 1740 

Also Susannah was borne the 2 Day of October 1741. 
John Milner was born Nov: 18, 1742. 

Jane Milner was born Feb: n, 1744 and died July n, 1745. 
Tho s Milner was born Jan? 14, 1748. 
W m Milner was born March 28, 1 75 1. 
John Collyer. 

From a volume containing the New Testament, "London, 
Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the Kings 
most Excellent Majesty, MDCCXXXVLL" ; in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

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Pepper Family. 



Transcribed from an Old Family Testament by W. P. 

Thomas Pepper Born at Snenton Nott m sh r on Martlemas Day, 1741. 
Ann Pepper Born at Nottingham on Xmas Day, 1741. She was the 

Daughter of Tho s Collyer, Stationer & Printer, Nott m 
W m Pepper Born 15 March 1773. Son of Tho s & Ann Pepper. 
Tho s Pepper Born Jan: 20, 1775. Deceased Nov: 26, 1786. 
John Pepper born June 7, 1777. Deceased Feb: 23, 1778. 
Jane Pepper born Jan: 28, 1780. Deceased 22 March 1802. 
W m Pepper born i\ p.m. at Nott m 15 March 1773. Married 8 March 

1803 Elizabeth Pepper born at Beauvale Nott m shire Feb: 2, 1779 

Daughter of Rich d Sanders, Beauvale, Farmer, aged 24 Years. 
Jane Ann Pepper Daughter of Eliz h & W m Pepper born 5^ p.m. at 

Nott m 18 Feb: 1804. 
Louisa Dorothy Pepper Born 12 p.m. at Nott m May 9 th 1806. 

Publickly Baptiz d 8 June 1806 at Castlegate by R. Alliott. 
Tho s Pepper Born at Nott m \ before 10 a.m. March 30, 1808. Babtiz d 

by R. Alliott. 

William Pepper born at Nott m July 20 th 1809 \ before 12. Babtiz d by 
R. Alliott. 

William Pepper Died Jan y 1, 181 2. Buried at BeestoH. 
Sanders Pepper born 18 Feb: 181 1 at Beeston ~ past n p.m. Babtiz d 
by R. Alliott. 

Elizabeth Rosilinda Pepper born 15 Dec" 1 181 2 at Beeston \ past 3 p.m. 

Babtized by G. Sanders. 
Emiley Pepper born 12 Sep' 1814 \ past 10 oClock p.m. at Beeston 

Babtized by T. Bigsby. 
Caroline Pepper born at Strelley Oct r 12: 1817 \ past 5 a.m. Bab td by 

B. Evatts. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, printed at Cambridge 
1762 ; in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Kempston Family. 

Nicholas and Allice Kempston Were Married 2 d of March 1756. 
Nicholas and Harriot Kempston where Maried 30 th of May 1791. 

Children to the Above Nicholas and Harriot Kempston. 

Henry William Hume Kempston was born the 5 of Sep ber 1792. 

Christen d on Novem br 1793 by Rev d Atwood S l Margrets Parish. 
Harriot Kempston was born the 2 d of Sep ber 1794- Christen'd in 

Febrary 1796 by Rev d Atwood St. Margrets Parish Westminster. 
Kempston Born September 5 th 1792 5 OClock in the Morning. 

From a Bible printed 1683, in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

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Clements and Howard Families. 



Joseph Clements Son of Joseph & Mary Clements Born the 29 of 
Septenary Inn the Year of Our Lord one thousand Seven hundred 
and Seventey tow Anodomene 1772. Born and Cresenned at 
Topsom Inn Deven. 

Sarah Clements Born the 28 of July Inn the year of our Lord one 
Thousand Seven hundred and Sixty Nine Anadoronven 1769 
Daughter of Joseph and Mary Clements of Thopson in Devon 
Marrid To Thomas Watkins Jeneary 26, 1799. Thomas Watkins. 

W m Clements Son of J. Clements & Mary Clements born the 24 of Jan* 1 
in the year of our Lord 1775 Born & Cresened at Topson and 
died the 31 st of May in the year of our Lord 181 2 and Buried at 
S* Stephens. 

Ann Howard Baptized at Coldridge September 9 th 1782. 
James Howard Husband of the above Born at Lopford Febuary 14, 
1782. 

Mary daughter of James & Ann Howard Born March 31 st 181 5. 

Married to Vincent Bird at the registrars office, Okehampton, 

Devon, December 28, 1844. 
Ann, Wife of James Howard died at North Tawton April 28 th 1841. 
James Howard died at North Tawton Nov: 29 th 1870. 
Ann Coyne Clements Born the 2 d of Augst Inn the Year of Our Lord 

one thousand Seven hundred And Ninety five Anodomene 1795 

Born and Cresenned Inn Saltash Chappell Inn Cornwell, Daughter 

To Joseph & Elizabeth Clements. 
Sarragh Clements Daughter to Joseph & Elizabeth Clements Born In 

Dock the 13 Of June Inn The Year of Our Lord one thousand 

Seven hundred And Ninety Seven Anodomene 1797. Cresened 

at Saltash Inn Cornwill. 
Joseph Clements Son to Joseph & Elizabeth Clements Born the 12 th of 

Gennewarey at Stoke New Dock Inn Deven Inn the Year of Our 

Lord one thousand Seven hundred and Nintey Nine Anodomene 

1799. Cresened at Saltash Inn Cornwill. 
George Clements Son to Jos h & Elizabeth Clements Born the 24 th of 

October 1808 at Plymouth. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Gage Family. 

John Gage born at Walton Nov 1 23 rd 1757. 

Frances Gage (Late Hilton) born at Westwinch Feb r v 4 th 1760. 

Their Children born as follows, viz., 
Mary July 17 th 1790. 

Thomas June 15 th 1792 died Sepf 4 th 1802. 
Frances born April 22 nd 1794 died Nov r 23 rd 1796 
John born April 4 th 1801. 

Frances Gordon (Their Niece) who was born April i st 1809. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 
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Cant Family. 



Manningtree, Essex. 

Ann Low was Born December 29 th 1764. Died November 10 th 

1842, Aged 78 Years. 
Ann Cant was Born August 19 th 1787. Died October 14 th 181 2, Aged 

25 Years. 

George Cant was Born March 14 th 1797. Died August 27 th 1867, 
Aged 70 Years. 

Jacob Cant was Born March i st 1799. Died Feb f y 7 th 1870, Aged 
70 Years. 

Mary Cant was Born July 11 th 1802. Died May 9 th 1845, 
Aged 43 Years. 

Jane Cant was Born July 11 th 1804. Died June 5 th 1824, Aged 
.20 Years. 

William Cant was Born June 30 th 1807. Died Decmber 8 th 1890, 
Aged 83^ Years. 

William Cant Husband to Ann Low and Father of this Family born 

1758. Died December 3 rd 1846, Aged 88. 
M rs Jane Cant, 63 London Road. Died July 17 th 1872 at five M Past 

one Noon, Aged 61 Years. 

From a Bible, in two volumes, in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

Salmon Family. 

John Salmon of the City of Norwich, Clark, Married Eliz th VVymberley 
of the same spinster one of the Daughters and Coheiress of Bevil 
Wymberley Esq r late of Weston in Lincolnshire y e 9 th Sep br 1734 
Register'd at Attleborrough in y e County of Norf k . 

Elizabeth first Daughter of John & Eliz th Salmon was born Sep br y e 11 th 
between eleven & twelve in y e Evening & was baptized y e 12 th of 
y e same month in y e year 1735. 

This was entered in y e Register kept for y e Close in Norwich. 

Susanna 2 d Dau tr of John & Eliz th Salmon was born Feb^ y e 11 th 
between eleven & twelve in y e evening & was baptiz'd y e 25 th of y e 
same month Anno Dom' 1737-. 

This was Register'd in y e Register kept for y e Parish of Weston S 
Marg 1 in y e County of Suff k . 

Rachel 3 rd Dau tr of John & Eliz th Salmon was born y e 29 th of July 1734 
about 3 o'Clock in the morning and was baptized August y e 9 th 
next following and register'd in the Parish of Occold in Suff k 

John Barker first Son of John & Eliz th Salmon was born at three of y e 
Clock in y e morning the 5 th of January 1741 and baptiz'd the 8 th of 
y e same month enter'd in y e Register kept for the Parish of Occold 
Suff k . 

Samuel second son of John & Eliz th Salmon was bom between twelve 
& one a Clock in y e Day y e 17 th of Decbr 1743 and baptiz'd y e 15 th 
of January next following, w ch was enter'd in y e Register kept for y e 
Parish of Drayton in Norfk. died within 6 weeks after. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Docking Family. 

George Docking & Margaret Littlewood were married 21 st April 1758 

at Upton in Norfolk. 
George Docking Son of Geo. & Margaret Docking was born 7 April 

1759 at Rollesby, Norfolk. 
Mary Whitlock born Oct r 24 th 1763 in London. 

George Docking Married to Mary Whitlock Sep: 30, 1783 at 
Norwhich. 

George Docking Son of Mary and George Docking born Octo: 13 th 1787 
at Rollesby. 

Sarah Docking daughter of George and Mary Docking born 28 th Feb^ 
1 79 1 at Rollesby. 

Sarah Docking daughter of George and Mary Docking were married 

Nov: 29, 1808 to Rich d Fabb at Rollesby. 
Mary Ann Rebecca Fabb daughter of Rich d and Sarah Fabb born 15 th 

feb 1 ^ 18 1 3 at Hemesby. 
Sarah Fabb daughter of Rich d & Sarah Fabb born 8 th April 1814 at 

Hemesby, she died 10 th April 1827 Aged 13 years. 
Georgiana Docking Fabb daughter of Rich d and Sarah Fabb born Oct r 

24, 1824 at Hemesby. 
George Docking Son of Geo: & Mary Docking died 19 th July 1827 

Aged 40 yrs. 

Sarah Fabb daughter of Geo: and Mary Docking died 17 March 1830 
Aged 39 Yrs. 

From a loose leaf in my possessio?i. — F. A. C. 



Jany and Si be I Families. 

182 1, May 31, Mary Sibel married to William Thomas Jany, Mill 
Merchant-, Reedham in Norfolk. Michelmas 1822 moved to the 
hall. 

182 1, November 22, William Sibel maried to Chariot Cater. 
William Thomas Jany born Jan r 12, 1823 at Reedham hall. 
Oct r 3, Mary Jany born 1824 at Reedham hall same Place. 

1826, Septr 2, Julia Jany Born at Reedham Hall. 

1827, Octr 10 th , Harriet Jany born Reedham Hall. 
16 th Feb: 1829, Robert Maddison Jany. 

15 Feb: 1830, Benjamin Barber Jany. 

1831, March 7 th , Louisa Jany. 

Catherine Sibel Died 17 th Ap 1 1827 aged 68 Years. 

William Sibel Feb: 26* 1830. 

John Sibel Ap: 15 th 1830. Aged 69 Years. 

John Samuel Sibel died Jan: 26 th 1850. Aged 64 Years. 

Sarah Sibel died Deer 30, 185 1. Aged 81 Years. 

Died 1869, M rs Jany, Sep r 26 th . Buried at Freethorpe Oct r i st 

1870, Mar: 5 th , Thos: Sibel Died March 5 th at 3 The Crescent, Norwich. 

Aged 81 Years. Buried at S th Walsham S £ Lawrence. 
1873, Catherine Sibel Died Feb: 9 th , 3 The Crescent, Norwich. Aged 

81 Years. Buried at South Walsham S l Lawrence. 

From a loose leaf i?i my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Neale Family. 



John Neale Born June y e 28, 1689. 

My Wife Mary Neale Born December y e 18, 1690. 

My Wife Mary and I was marryed Aprill y e 20, 17 12. 

My Daughter Mary Neale was born Aprill y e 8, 17 15 about 6 at Night 

Christhend Aprill y e 10, 17 15. 
My Son John Neale Was Born August y e 8, 17 16 about 10 at noon and 

Christned August y e 19, 17 16. 
My Son Richard Neale Was Born October y e 10, 17 18 at half an hour 

after Six in y e Morning and Christned y e 28 following. 
My Wife Mary Neale Dyed June y e Ninth 1 743 about one and two at 

Noone & buried in Audly Chapell Vault Monday June y e 13. 
My Father John Neale Dyed Jan: 8, 1743 About four a Clock in y e 

afternoone & Buried in y e said Vault. 
I Was Marryed to My Wife Mary Ann Dec b y e 2 2 d : 1744. 
My Son Joseph Neale was Born March y e I st 1745/6 About half & hour 

past Eleven in y e Morning & Christned y e 28' following in S' 

Georges Hanover Square. 
My Daughter Mary Neale was Born January y e 6': 1747-8 About 7 in 

the Morning & Christned February y e 3 d following at Enfield 

Middlesex. 

James Poole His Book Left to him By Esther Biddle Who Departed 

this Life Feb^ 17 th 1838. 
She was Intered in S' Jamesess Church yard Bristol, Feb^ 22 nd 1838. 
Hester Biddle died Freb f y 17, 1838. 

From a Bible in the possession of Captain 
Philip William Poole Carlyon-Britton, F.S.A. 
— F. A. C. 



Bowles Family. 

John Bowles No. 1 Drury Lane London. 

The Gift of his Uncle John Harding Bowles, Longcott, Berks, May 10 th 
1830. 

W m Harding August the i4 lh 1737. 

John Bowles His Book October y e 19, 1740. 

Thomas Bowles Departed this Life July y e 26, 1775. Eg d 73 (?) years. 
Thomas Bowles His Book October y e 19, 1740. 

1764, John Bowles was Born May y e 13: at a Leaven a Clock in the 
Morning. 

Catharine Bowles the Daughter of John and Mary Bowles was Baptize d 

ye yth Q f November 1765. 
Richard Bowles was Bourn July y e 10 at half a euner after Six a Clock 

in y e After Noon. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Imprinted at Londoti 
by the Deputies of Christopher Barker, Printer 
to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, Anno 
I 595 >'" * n m y possession. — F. A. C. 



Addison and Croft on Families. 

John Addison was born 2 d March 1755, married 13 th September 1784 
to Agnes Batty, she was born 29 th September 1766. She died 
i 5t December 1835. Both buried at Trinity Church, Preston. 
He died 17 th October 1837. 

The Names of the Children of John Addison & Agnes his Wife. 

1. Agnes Batty born Aug c 9 th 1785. Died i st May 1786. 

2. Thomas Batty born June 17 th 1787. 

3. Lucy born April 4 th 1789. died April 27 th 1795. 

4. John born April 21 st 1791. Married to Miss Hutton 21 st June 1823. 

She died 15 Aug 11 1825. 

5. Richard born Dec r 12 th 1792. died April 29 th 1795. 

6. Susanna bom Xov r 19 th 1794. Married to M r Rob' Bickersteth 

19 Dec r 1816. He died 17 April 1857. She died 3 d Dec r 1818. 

7. Richard born June 20 th 1796. Married to Charlotte Catherine Ewer. 

He died 5^ July 1843. 

8. William Starkie born March 1799 died [blank in orig7\ 1799. 

9. William bom 17 th Aug 1 1800. died 3 d Sept r . 

10. Henry bom 6 th March 1802. Died 14 th Xov r 1809. 

11. William bom 6 th Sept r 1809. died 31 st Jan- T 1814. 

Anne Agnes daughter of John Addison the younger <S: Louisa Caroline 
Mary Anne his Wife was bom i st August 1824. Married 15 Oct: 
1845 to Major John Crofton 6 th foot. 

Their Children : 
Addison Crofton bom 13 July 1846. 
Henry Thomas Crofton bom 23 July 1848. 
Richard ffolliott Crofton bom 29 Sept r 1849. 
Caroline anne Agnes Crofton bom 27 January 1852. 
William D'Abzac Crofton bom 3 June 1854. 
Frances Magdalen Crofton bom 13 Oct: 1855 died 14 Oct: 55. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, printed at Oxford 
in 177 j, in my possession. — F. A C. 



Fromanteel and Greene Families. 

Abraham Fromanteel bom y e 28 of June 1647. 
Priscilla Fromanteel bom 5* 26 of July 1659. 

Mary Fromanteel bom y e 20 of Aprill 1679, 53 munitts Past 7 In y e 
morning. 

Abraham &: Priscilla was maryed j* 2 d of July 1678. 
Priscilla Fromanteel Dyed ^28 of Aprill 1679. 
Man' Fromanteel Dyed 27 of Nouem: 1679. 
Ellinore Greene Dyed j* 17 of August 1697. 

George Greene married w th Anne Widow of the R E Rev 5 Robert late 
Lord Bishop of Ely at Braintree in Essex on ffryday the 23 d of 
March 1753 by the Rev d M r Carlton, Curate. 

From the back of the title-page of a Bible, "Printed in 
the year Anno 16 J2 ;" in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Taylor and Harslett Families. 



Meliscent Taylor Born July 14 th & baptized on the 14 th of August 
1720. 

Jeremy Taylor Died at Uiana in Portugal December 29 th 1757, Aged 
43 Years. 

Joseph Jordan Died at Brentwood, Essex, Feb r y 16 th 1768, Aged 78 
Years. 

Miss Barbara Taylor Died at Lowlaton, Essex, July 31 st 1770, Aged 
37 Years. 

M rs Barbara Taylor Died in Fore Street in the Parish of S l Stephens, 

Coleman S l , London, May 4 th 1773, Aged 76 Years. 
Miss Elizabeth Taylor died at Witham in Essex on the \blank in orig.] 
M rs Elizabeth Taylor Died at Chelmsford in Essex, June 13 th 1773, 
Aged 33 Years. 

James Taylor Died at Chelmsford in Essex, March 26 th 1778, Aged 52 

Years (Husband of E : Taylor). 
Eliz h Mason Died in New George S' Christchurch, Surry, March 11 th 

1779, Aged 76^ Years. 
Stephen Edwards Died in Great Shire Lane, Temple Bar, August 4 th 

1782, Aged 64 Years. 
John Taylor Died December 3 rd 1785, Aged 56 Years. 
Meliscent Edwards formerly Taylor as above was married to Joseph 

Jordan, and afterwards to Stephen Edwards. Died Feb 1 ? 24 th 1791, 

Aged 72. Buried in S* Paul's Church Yard. 
Joseph Heath Taylor and Ann Thomazina Coward were Married at 

S' Andrew's Church, Holborn, June 13 th 1785, and had Issue. 
Ann Mary Meliscent Taylor Born July 4 th 1786. Christened at Hackney 

in Middlesex, at Home. Buried at Limehouse. 
Sarah Taylor born October 18 th 1787 at the bottom of G' George Street, 

Surry Road. Christened at Christ Church, Surry. 
Joseph William Taylor Born May 24 th 1790, at Short Hill, Dartford, 

Kent, and Died October y e 27 th 1816, Aged 26 Years & 5 Months 

& 3 days. 

Elizabeth Taylor Born Nov r i st 1792. Christened in the Vestry when 

the Church was under repair at Dartford, Kent. 
James Thomas Taylor Born the 17 th of May 1795. Christened at 

S l Sepulcher's Church, London, on the 24 of June, died Dec br 20 th 

1838 at Hackney. 

Lydia Taylor Born June 14 th 1798 at Queenborough, Isle of Sheppy, 
Kent. Christened the 18 th . Died at New York, July 6 th 1833, 
Aged 35 Years. 

Joseph Heath Taylor father of the Above Children Died Jan 17 15 th 
1 80 1, Aged 37 Years. Buried in Crawfords Vault, S' George's, 
Surry. 

Ann Thomazina Taylor Died June 22 nd 1801, Aged 39 Years, buried 

with her Husband as above. 
Joseph William Taylor (Son of the above Jo s Heath & Ann Thomazina 

Taylor) died 27 th of October 1816, Aged 26 Years & 4 Mont 5 . 



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Children of James & Eliz h Taylor, born at Chelmsford in the County 

of Essex. 

Elizabeth born May 12 th 1762. Died at Witham in Essex. 
James born 28 of July 1763, died at Limehouse 18 th April 1833. 
Joseph Heath Taylor born Oct r I st 1764. Died 15 th of JanT 1801. 
Sarah Born March i st 1768. Died in Circus Street, S' Mary le Bone, 

March 181 3, Aged 45 Years. 
Eliz h the Mother Died see preceding page & Ja s the Father died see 

preceding page. 

Ja s Son of the Above Married Eliz h Johnson at S' Mary's, Layton in 

Essex, Feb r y 24 th 1794, on a Monday. 
Eliz h wife of the above James Taylor Died Dec r 13 th 1804, Aged 32 

Years, buried in the Vault, S l Paul's Church Yard. Buried 

Dec r 23 rd 1804. Born 19 th of Feb r y 1773. 
Eliz h Johnson Mother of the above E h Taylor died at Sydenham 26 th of 

Oct r 1798, aged 45 Years. 
James Taylor Died 18 th of April 1833 at Limehouse, Aged 69 Years & 

8 Months. 

Sarah Taylor Daughter of Jo s Heath Taylor & Ann Thomazina was 
Married to Rich" Harslett Nov r 25 th 181 1 at the Old Church, 
High S 1 , S l Mary le bone. 

Sarah Harslett Born 11 th of Sepf 1812, Chris d at S' Mary le bone, 
And Died 23 rd of April 18 15, Aged 2 Years & 7 Months. 

Rich 1 ' John Harslett born March 8 th 1815. Died Aug st 24 th 1837 of 
Yellow Fever at New Orleans, U.S. of America. 

Elizabeth Harslett Born June 9 th 181 8 at Horndean, & Christened at 
Catherington (Aug st 9, 1818) County of Hants. 

Joseph Harslett Born (Sepf 3 rd 182 1) at Horndean. Christened at 
Catherington (Ocf 7 th 182 1) Conty of Flants, by the Rev d F. Shum, 
Godfathers M r G: Hasler, M r J: Harslett (his Uncles), Godmothers 
M rs John Harslett and his Mother. 

James Thomas Taylor departed this life December 20 th 1838 at -| before 
2 in the Aft n at Albion Plase, Hackney Road, Aged 43 Years 
7 Months 3 Days, buried Dec br 27 th at Old St. Pancras Church. 

Elizabeth Harslett Daughter of Richard and Sarah Harslett was married 
to John Harslett (Nephew of the said Richard & Sarah Harslett) 
August 12 th 1844 at S' George's, Hanover Square, by the 
Rev. [plank in orig.] Dickinson. 

Richard Harslett Father of the above Elizabeth Harslett departed this 
life on Good Friday, March 21 st 1845 at ^ before 11 A.M. aged 
62 years and 4 months, buried at St. John's Wood March 30 th . 

Elizabeth the Wife of John Harslett was delivered of a still born child 
the 16 th day of June A.D. 1845, which was buried on the 18 th at 
S l John's Wood by the side of the above named Richard Harslett 
(their father). 

Elizabeth Jane Harslett born April 24 th 1847, died Aug st 8 th and was 

buried with the above. 
Sarah Harslett Wife of the above named Richard Harslett departed this 

life Dec br 24, 1854, aged 67 years & 9 weeks, buried at St. John's 

Wood. 



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Richard John Harslett son of the above Elizabeth and John Harslett 
was Born August 10, 1857. Christened at St. Mark's, North 
Audley Street, Grosvenor Sq., by the Rev d H: Jones, 1857, 
God Fathers, his Father & M r Thomas E : Worrall, Godmother his 
Aunt Caroline. 

Elizabeth Harslett wife of John Harslett departed this life Dec: 21 st 
1869, aged 51 years 6 months 2 weeks, buried at Brompton. 

Aunt Sharpe (daughter of Joseph Heath Taylor) and family left London 
July 24 th 1850 for Baltimore, where they arrived Sep: 5 th 

John Harslett born June 1749, died October 1820, Aged 71 Years and 
4 Months. 

Mary his Wife died June 16 th 1836 and was buried at Catherington the 
19 th aged 78 Years and 4 Months. 

Issue of the Above. 

Richard born Nov r 17 th 1782 died March 21 st 1845. 

Ann June 26 1785 

Meary April 23 1788 died Nov r 8 th 181 1. 

Elizabeth March 4 1791 died May 12, 1808. 

Sarah May 5 1793 

John March 3 1796 died Dec r 25 th 1840. 

Eleanor July 19 1798 

John was married to Mary Moreton 28 th May 181 7 at Kingston, Hants. 

Issue of the Above. 

John born August 27 th 1820 at J past 9 A.M. Registered at Farlington, 
Hants. 

Henry born June 3 rd 1822 at 20 minutes after 11 P.M. Registered at 

Farlington, Hants. 
William born 27 th December 1824, 20 Minutes before 1 oCtk P.M. 

Registered at Catherington, Hants. 
Mary born 11 June 1827 at i past 6 oCtk A.M. Registered at 

Catherington, Hants. 
Caroline born 4 th June 1829 at \ past 1 oCik A.M. Registered at 

Catherington, Hants. 
Mary Harslett, Mother of the above five children, died July 14 th 1833, 

was buried under S l Ann's Church by the Wardrobe, Doctors 

Commons, wherein is an Inscription to her Memory. 
John Harslett, Father of the above five children, died \ before 10 o'clock 

Dec 1 " 25 th 1840, was buried at S' Ann's on the last day of December. 
William Harslett died April 22 nd 1847, buried with his Father & Mother 

as above May 2 nd . 

John Harslett died April i st i860, aged 39 years, buried April 9 th 
Brompton Cemetry. 



From a Bible, "Printed in the Year MDCLXXIX," 
in my possession. Note on the page containing the 
dedication: "Richard and Sarah Harsletfs Book 
1821 Being the Family Bible of Jo s Heath and 
Ann Thomazina Taylor." — F. A. C. 



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Lockwood Family. 

My Mother Died at Cletingham Bell on the 7 th July 1833. 

Robert Lockwood Born Monday Morning Ten Minutes Past Four 

September I st 1834. 
Robert Lockwood, Senior, Born February 13 th 1804. 
Maria Fiddeman Lockwood Born Friday 10 Minutes After Twelve at 

Noon October 23 rd 1829. 
Sarah Ann Lockwood Born Saturday One OClock Afternoon February 

5* 1831. 

Ed: Bridges was Born 25 January 183T. Was married Dec: 7, 1859 at 

Ashfield Church. 
N° 2 Trafalgar Street, Walworth Road. 
Henry Lockwood Borne February 9 th 1808. 
John Lockwood Borne February 9 th 1806. 

Elizabeth Lockwood Wife of Henry Lockwood Borne March 28 th 18 13 

at 1 1 Oclock in the Night. 
W m Lockwood late of Cletingham Bell died at Stowmarket the 2 1 dec : 

1858 and Buried the 28 th day of Dec: and born the 27 th day of 

November 1768. 
My father and mother : 

Edward Warner Died Jany: 8 th 1857. 
Sophia Warner Died May 15 th 1864. 
Henery Lockwood Died September 23, 1892 at 10 men s B: 6 in the 

Eveing. 

Henry Lockwood born on Feb: 9 th 1808 died Sept: 23 d 1892 at 6. n in 
the evening. 
On a slip of paper sewn on to fly-leaf : 
Edwd: Bridges Married Dec r 7 th '59. 

Sarah Bridges Borne Jan r y 17 th '60, died 3rd Nov br '63 age 3 Years & 
Nine Months. 

Hy: Lockwood, July 18 th 1888. 

From a Bible, " London : Printed by George Eyre 
and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's 
Most Excellent Majesty, 1825;" in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



Crabb Family. 

The Rev d Habakkuk Crabb Died December 25 th 1794. 
Eliza Crabb Died Dec i st 1792. 
Habakkuk Crabb Died Feb* 24 th 1847. 

Habakkuk Crabb born April 15 th 183 1. Baptized Jan: 28 th 1833. 
Frederick Crabb Died Aged 8 months. 
Frederick Crabb Born Nov: 27 th 1841. 
Norman Crabb. 

Mary Crabb Born Dec r 9 th 1799. 

Thos: Robinson, Esqr: Bury, died Thursday Feby: 16 th i860. 
Habakkuk Crabb Died Wednesday January 5 th 1881. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Garrard Family. 

John Garrard Born 1773. 

John Garrard Born April 16 th 1794. Died. 

Francis Garrard Born Nov: 20 th 1797. 

Mary Garrard Born Dec: 9 th 1799. 

William Garrard Born Mar: 28, 1802. 

James Garrard Born Aug: 21, 1804. 

Edward Garrard Born Dec: 29, 1806. 

William Garrard Born June 29, 1809, 

Robert Garrard Born Nov: 9, 181 1. 

Amy Garrard Died Oct: 21, 1857, Aged 84 Years. 

John Garrard Died Jan: 24 th 1859, 3 oclock Aged 85 years. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A* C. 



Baylis and Wood Families. 

Thomas Baylis His Book. 

John Baylis born April 16 th 1758. 

W m Baylis born March 22 nd 1760. Departed this Life May 21, 1808, 
Aged 40. 

Sarah Baylis born Feby 7* 1762. Departed this Life Dec r 6, 1797, Aged 34. 
Thomas Baylis born Oct r 15 th 1762. Departed this Life Sept r 21, 1820, 

Aged 57. 
Moses Baylis born June 7 th 1765. 
Martha Baylis born Dec r 13, 1760. 
Temperance Jessop Died May 5 th 181 1, Aged 23. 
Eliz th Sollis died Nov 12 th 1839, Aged 78. 

Mary Wood born Wednesday July 12 th 1786. Married to Thomas 
Richardson Aug st 25 th 1808. Died Wednesday March 8 th 1854, 
Aged 68. 

Thomas Richardson died Friday May 22 nd 1863, Aged 84 years and 
a half. 

Sarah Wood born Thursday July 3 rd 1788. Married William Baylis 
March 31 st 18 14. Died Friday March 9 th 1849 aged 61. 

William Baylis died July 15 th 1856, aged 64. 

William Wood born Sunday May 16 th 1790 died. 

John Knifton Wood born Thursday Ap 1 12 th 1792. 

Elizabeth Wood born Sunday Dec r 21 st 1794. Married Samuel Childs 
March 181 5. Died March 9 th 1859, aged 65. 

George Wood born Friday Nov r 11 th 1796, died 1850, aged 54. 

William Wood born Monday Sep r 23 rd 1799. 

From a volume containing a Book of Common Prayer 
and Bible with Apocrypha, " University of Oxford: 
Printed by John Baskett, MDCCXXIV;" in my 
possession. On a fly-leaf occurs : " Eliz th Baylis 
from her aff u Grandmother April 1837." — F. A. C. 



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Windey Family. 



Memorandum. 

Monday the 8 th February 1762, Nathan Windey and Ann Tustin were 
Married at S' Werburghs Church in Bristol by the Rev d M r John 
Camplin, — present, M r John Hall. 

M r Roger Howell. 

M r John Tustin. 

M r Elizabeth Leigh. 

Miss Jane Tustin. 

Monday The 8 th August 1763 James, Son of the above Nathan and 
Ann, was born about a quarter before Four in the Morning, and 
was Baptized at S l Werburghs on Wednesday the 7 th day of 
September 1763. 
Present when the Child was born, 

M rs Horwood wife of M r Horwood, Atty at Law. 
M rs Tombs wife of M r Tombs, Shipwright. 
Miss Jane Tustin. 
M rs Howell. 
Present at the Baptizing, 

M r John Hall "I n ,, 
M- Thomas Tustin } Godfathers. 
M rs Elizabeth Leigh, Godmother. 
Monday the 7 th July 1766 Nathan, Son of the above Nathan and Ann, 
was born about half after Seven in the Morning and was Baptized 
at S' Werburghs Church Friday the 8 th August 1766. 
Present when the Child was born. Present at Baptizing. 

M rs Mary Howell. Joseph Horwood for 1 

Miss Robertson. M r William Wayne j- Godfathers. 

John Tustin J 
M rs Elizabeth Leigh, Godmother. 
Tuesday the 15 th March 1768 about a quarter after Eleven in the 
Forenoon Matthew, Son of the before named Nathan and Ann, 
was born and on Friday the 22 d day of April following was 
Baptized at S l Werburghs Church. 
Present when the Child was born, M rs Howell. 

M rs Tombs. 
Miss Bowyer. 

Present at Baptizing, Matthew Brickdale, Esq r Member ~| 

of Parliament for Bristol V Godfathers. 

Gabriel Wayne, Esq r J 
M rs Tombs, Godmother. 
Wednesday the 13 th June 1770 about a quarter before Eight in the 
Morning Henry George, Son of the before named Nathan and 
Ann, was born and on Friday the 20 th day of July following was 
Baptized at S' Werburghs Church. 
Present when the Child was born, M rs Tombs. 

Miss Bowyer. 

Present at Baptizing, M r Joseph Horwood, Attorney \ r , f 

M r Thomas Tustin J uocuatners - 

M rs Elizabeth Leigh Godmother. 



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Wednesday Evening the 27 th November 1771 about a quarter past 
Twelve, Ann, Daughter of the before named Nathan and Ann, was 
born and on Wednesday the first day of January 1772 she was 
Baptized at S' Werburghs Church. 
Present when the Child was born. 

M rs Parsons, Wife of M r Parsons, Linendraper, 
formerly M rs Tombs, and Betsy Sloper. 
Present at Baptizing, M r Thomas Tustin was Godfather. 

M rs Elizabeth Leigh, by Miss Bowyer her Proxy, 
and M rs Barbara Parsons formerly M rs Tombs were 
Godmothers. 

Mem: 

Matthew third Son of Nathan & Ann Windey was Married to Miss Ann 

Stow at Dover on Thursday Feb^ 17 th 1803. 
Thursday the 2 d Feb^ 1804 between eleven & twelve Oclock at night 

was Born Matthew (Son of the above named Matthew & Ann 

Windey) at Portsmouth. 

-o t u .u u-u u f Miss Windey & M rs Greene, Nurse 
Present when the child was born 1 f -c 

{ 01 rareham. 

Baptized at S l Werburghs in Bristol, 1 James Parris, Esq r "1 r , f 

March 19 th 1806. \ M r Thomas Tustin J uoaiamers - 

Named Matthew Parris. J M rs Parris, Godmother. 

Thursday Feby 7 th 1805 at seven Oclock in the morning at Steyning, 

Sussex, was Born Nathan, Son of the above named Matthew 

& Ann. 

Baptized at S £ Werburghs in Bristol, ] T. C. Leman, Esq r \ p , f 

Wednesday, March 19 th 1806. I M r Nathan Windey / boa at erS- 

Named Nathan Stow. J Miss Windey, Godmother. 

Tuesday June 24 th 1806 at a quarter past ten Oclock at night was born 

in the College Green, Bristol, Ann, daughter of the above named 

Matthew & Ann. 

Present when the child was born, 

Miss Windey, & M rs Lander, Nurse. 

Tuesday July 21 st 1807 Ann Theodosia Windey, was baptized at 

Stonehouse (near Plymouth, Devon) Chapel by the Rev d M r Hunt. 

Rob' Kingscote, Esq r , Godfather. 

Lady Theodosia Hale 1 ^ 

iv/Trs -c a j r Godmothers. 

M rs Emma Adey J 

Dec r 14 th 1809 was born (at a quarter past eleven Oclock at night) 
George Arthur, Son of the before mentioned Matthew & Ann 
Windey, in Bristol, College Green. 

Wednesday Sepf 16 th 181 2 Catherine Mary, Daughter of the before 
named Matthew & Ann Windey, was born at Sandhurst Camp, 
near Blackwater, at a quarter before two Oclock in the Afternoon. 

Both Baptized at S l Augustine's Church in Bristol on Saturday, March 
20 th 1813. 

Sponsors to George Arthur: Right Hon ble Lord Ducie, George Howell, 

Esq re were Godfathers, and Miss Ann 
Windey, Godmother. 

Sponsors to Catherine Mary : M rs Marianne de Soyree, Miss Catherine 

Lloyd were Godmothers, and Tho s 
Curtis Leman, Esq r Godfather. 



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Saturday August 27 th 18 14 Henry, Son of the before mentioned 
Matthew & Ann Windey, was born at Bristol at one Oclock in the 
morning. 

Present at the birth, M r Ward, Surgeon, & Nurse Cambridge. 
Thursday Sepf 29 th 1814 he was Baptized at S' Augustine's Church, 
Bristol, by the Rev d D r Heslop. 

Henry Howard Molyneux, Esq r M.P. for \ n , 
Gloster & M. Windey / ^ odtathers - 

& 

Miss Ann Windey, Godmother. 
Died at Bath of Convulsions, 9 th March 181 6. 

Sunday November 30 th 18 17 Emma, Daughter of the before named 
Matthew & Ann Windey, was born at Weston near Bath at half 
past 4 in the Morning. 

She was half baptized at Weston by the Rev d M r Wilkins at the 
Parsonage House. 

M rs Windey died 28 th February 1819. 

Matthew Parris Windey died 25 th March 18 19. 

George Arthur Windey died at Horsley, Glostershire, 21 st December 
1829. 

Matthew Windey died at Horsley afores d the 5 th Nov 1 " 1835, after a few 
hours illness, aged 68 years. He held the situation of Governor 
of Horsley House of correction 14 years. 

Nathan Stow Windey, 2 son of Matthew, died June 14 th 1836 at 
Horsley afs d in a rapid decline after a few months illness, aged 
31 Years. He succeeded his late Father as Governor of the said 
House of correction. 

Ann Theodosia Windey, Eldest Daughter of the Above Mentioned 
Matthew & Ann Windey, was Married to Lieut. General Lomax on 
Tuesday the 29 th of June 1847, at Wandsbek near Hamburgh, 
Germany. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, '■'■London : Printed 
for Alex. Hogg, No. 16, Pater- Noster- Row. 
MDCCLXXXI in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Whisker Family. 

Eliza Pulford died May 11 th 1837. 
Elizabeth Jane Whisker was born Oct br 21 st 1839. 
William Legood Whisker was born March 17 th 1844. 
Carey Herbert Whisker was born Decbr 9 th 1845. 
Charles Robert Whisker was born March 23 th 1847. 
Emily Whisker died March th 30 th 1847. Burried Cossey Church Yard 
April 4 th 47. 

Charles Rob 1 Whisker Died May 21 th 1847 Buried Cossey Church Yard 
23 d by the side of his Mother, My beloved & never to be forgoten 
wife. John Whisker. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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O'Brien Family. 

Donatus O'Brien Son of Donatus O'Brien born at Barnsley 28 Dec r 
1736. Died in Dublin and was buried at Mounttown in Ireland 
11 Jany 1761. 

Henry O'Brien Son of Donatus O'Brien born at Barnsley 3 d of Jan? 
1737-8. 

Mary O'Brien Daughter of Donatus O'Brien born at Barnsley 27 Nov r 
1739. Married to Smith Kirkham. Died at and was buried at 
York 1790. 

Lucius O'Brien Son of Donatus O'Brien born at Barnsley 17 Sept 1 ' 1746, 
Died Thursday October 27 th 179 1 at Tixover and was buried at 
Blatherwick. 

Susanna O'Brien Daughter of Donatus O'Brien born Dec r 9 th 1748, 

at Worley in Yorkshire married to Bacon Bidingfield 2 son of 

Phillip Bidingfield of Ditchingham in Norfolk. 
Stafford O'Brien Son of Donatus O'Brien born at Blatherwick 21 August 

1751 died 16 Nov: 1795. 
W ra O'Brien, Son of Donatus O'Brien born 2 d of Jan: 1744 died when 

one Year old & 14 weeks 20 Ap: 1746 buried at Barnsley Yorkshire. 
Eleaner O'Brien Daughter of Donatus O'Brien born y e fourth of August 

1753. Married to James Phelp of Coror in Leicestershire. 
. . urstow Son of Donatus O'Brien born 15 March 2 oth clock in the 

Morning 1756 died y e same Year buried at Blatherwick. 
Mary O'Brien y e Mother died August 20 th 1759 buried at Mountown in 

Ireland. 

Donatus died 11 th January 1761 buri d at Mountown in Ireland. 
Donatus O'Brien the Father died Tuesday the 9 th December 1777 and 

was buried at Blatherwick. 
Mary the Daughter died in [blank in orig.] 1790 and was buried at York. 
Lucius died at Tixover 27 October 1791 and was buried at Blatherwick. 
Stafford died the 16 Nov: 1795 at Ballyanny in Ireland and was buried 

at Nenagh. 

Henry O'Brien Son of Henry O'Brien died in Jamaica. 
Lucy O'Brien Born at Blatherwick. 

Marianne O'Brien born at Blatherwick. Married Thomas Hotchkins 

S : Luffenham County of Rutland. 
Margarett O'Brien B n at Blatherwick, mar d John Wilkinson, Bramcote. 
Stafford O'Brien B n at Blatherwick Nov r 16, 1783. Married Emma 

Noel of Exton Park, O of Rutland. 
Donatus O'Brien B n at Blatherwick June 26, 1787. Married Matilda 

Beddingfield. 
Letitia O'Brien B n at Blatherwick. 
Fanny O'Brien B n at Blatherwick. 

Eleanor O'Brien B n at Blatherwick. Married Arthur Annesley of 

Bletchington in Oxfordshire. 
Emma O'Brien Daughter of Stafford O'Brien Born May 10 th 1809. 

From a Bible, with Apocrypha, "Printed at London by Robert 
Barker Printer to y e Kings most excellent Ma tie and 
by the Assignes of Iohn Bill. Anno 1632 , " in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



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West Family. 



Mary West her Book. 

Thomas West, Gent: dyed on Wednesday the ffowrth day of October in 
the after noone; and was buryed on Saterday following att Hampton 
in Arden, M r Perkins, Minister their Preached his ffunerall 
Sermone, Vpon the 14 th Chap: of y e 2 : of Samuel & y e 14 th Virs : 
And in the yeare of our Lord 1682. 

Mary, the Daughter of the abovesd Thomas West, Dyed November the 
ffouerteenth Anno Dhi 1688, And was buried at Hampton in 
Arden in the County of Warrwick, And was layed by her sd ffather 
their. 

Mary, the Wife of the abovesd Thomas West (& Mother to the abovesd 
Mary the Daughter) departed this Life on the 22 th day of October 
Anno Dni 1720 betweene the houres of 8 & 9 of the Clock before 
Noone. She was buried at Solihull (in the Chancell their) on 
Tewsday y e 25 th day of the sd Month of October. 

Mary West the Daughter of Thomas West was Borne the second day 
of December betweene the howers of Six & Seaven a Clock att 
Night In the yeare of our Lord 1678. She was Baptized the last 
day of the same Month of December By M r Pretty of Hampton in 
Arden, And in the thirtieth yeare of the Raigne of King Charles 
the Second. 

The Age of all my Children. 

1. Thomas West born the 10 of march 16 13 beinge Wensday, and was 

baptized at barston the 15 day, beinge the morrow after midlent 
Sunday. 

2. My daughter Elizabeth was born July the 16, 161 5, and was baptized 

at barkswell the 15 day. 

3. Samuell was born the 20 of January 16 17, and was baptized at 

hamptOn the 25 th day. 

4. Joseph and Benjamin were born the 24 th of July 1620, and were 

baptized at hampton the 30 th day. 

6. Mary was born the 29 of Aprill 1623 and was baptized the 11 th of 

may at hampton. 

7. Hannah was born the 24 th of September 1625, and was baptized at 

barkswell the 2 of October. 
Thomas West the father of the children above specified was the son of 
Thomas West and Elizabeth, and was baptized at hampton June 
the 19 th 1586. 

An the Wife of Thomas and mother of these children was two years old 

at Tilsbury campe. 
Mary West the Daughter of Thomas West was borne the second day of 

December. 

From a Bible, " Imprinted at London by Robert Barker 
Prmter to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie. 
Anno Dom. 16 12;" in my possession. On t/ie 
inside cover is the book-plate of the Rev. Henry 
Addington Simcoe. — F. A. C. 



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West Family. 



John West Son to John West and Martha Whas Born The 27 of 

Nouember 1670 And Baptised y e 29 Daye. 
Martha West daughter to John And Jane West Whas born y e 18 day of 

May And baptised y e 27 day being Witsunday in y e yere 1705. 
desember y e 7 day 1707 John West son of John And Jane West whas 

borne And Whas buried y e 26 of desember 1708. 
October y e 24 daye 1709 Jane West daughter to John And Jane West 

Whas Boorne. 

From a volume containing a Book of Common Prayer 
and Bible, with Apocrypha, " Printed at London by 
Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent 
Maiestie : And by the Assignes of John Bill. 
Anno 1631 ; " in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Wood and Richardson Families. 

Mary Richardson June 14 th 1830. London. 

Mary Wood born Wednesday July 12 th 1786 died March 8 th 1854 

(Wednesday) aged 68. 
Sarah Wood born Thursday July 3 rd 1788 died March 9 th 1849 (Friday) 

aged 61. 

W m Wood born Sunday May 16 th 1790. 

John Knifton Wood born Thursday April 12 th 1792. 

Elizabeth Wood born Sunday Dec er 21 st 1794. 

George Wood born Friday Nov er 11 th 1796, aged 54, died 1850. 

W m Wood born Monday Sep er 23 rd 1799. 

Elizabeth died March 9 th 1859 aged 65. 

Mary Wood married to Tho s Richardson on the 25 th of August 1808. 
Sarah Wood married to W m Baylis on the 31 st of March 1814. 
Elizabeth Wood married to Samuel Childs on the [blank in orig.] of 
March 1815. 

Thomas Richardson died Friday May 22 nd 1863 aged 84 years and half. 
Mary Richardson born June 14 th 1809, Married October 21, 1867 to 

M r Edmund Moore Barker of Weslerfield Hall Suffolk. 
Ann Richardson born Oct er 13 th 1810, married I st of Jan 1 ^ 1842 to 

Jacob Green. 
Joseph Richardson born Aug st 15 th 181 2. 

Thomas Richardson born Oct r 17 th 1814, married to Pamela Howlett 

Nov r 5 th 1840, died July 24 th 1841 aged 27. 
Charlotte Richardson born Oct r 26 th 181 6, died Aug st 13 th 1818 aged 

2 years. 

John Knifton Richardson born Oct r 15 th 18 18 was drowned June 10 th 
1827. 

W m Richardson born Sep r 24 th 1823, married to Elizabeth Harris 

18 th of May 1852. 
Joseph Richardson died Aug st 31 th 1866. 
Jacob Green died May i st 1869. 

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E. M. Barker died July 2, 1878 aged 69. 

Ann Green died Aug st 26, 1892. 

Mary Barker died 16 th July 1896. Aged 87 Years. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, li Printed at Cambridge 
by John Archdeacon, Printer to the University, 
z?6p"; in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Meadows Family. 

Tho s Meadows and Fullar was Married July 10 th 1796. 

Mary Ann Daughter of Tho s & Ann Meadows was born May 9 th 1797 

a \ parst 6 Oclock in the eving on a Tusday. 
Eliz th Meadows Daughter of Tho s & Ann Meadows was born May 20 th 

1798 at 7 Oclock in the eving & Died Oct ber 21 st 1800 half parst 7 
Oclock in the morning. 

Sophia Meadows Daughter of Tho s & Ann Meadows was born July 19 th 

1799 at 4 Oclock in the Morning & Died Oct: 12 th 1800 at a 
1 1 Oclock in the eving. 

James Meadows son of Tho s & Ann Meadows was born Nov ber 11 th 

1800 at \ parst 7 Oclock in the eving on a Tusday. 

John Meadows Son of Tho s & Ann Meadows was born July 4 th 1802 
a \ before 4 Oclock in the Morning on a Sunday. 

Tho s Meadows Son of Tho s & Ann Meadows was born June 22 nd 1805 
at \ parst 12 Oclock at noon & Died July 29 th 1805 at 1 Oclock 
in the morning. 

Ann Meadows Wife of Tho s Meadows Died June 22, 1805 at 4 Oclock 

in the Arfternoon, Aged 36 years. 
Tho s Meadows and Eliz th Mills was Married March 20 th 1806. 
Amos Meadows Son of Tho s & Eliz th Meadows was born Jan 1 "? 10 th 1807 

at 3 Oclock in the eving on a Saturday. 
Walter Mills Meadows Son of Tho s & Eliz th Meadows was born Mar h 2 nd 

1809 at 9 Oclock in the Eving on a Thursday. 
Frederick Meadows Son of Tho s & Eliz th Meadows was born Feb 17 20 th 

181 1 at 2 Oclock in the Morning on a Wednsday. 
William Meadows Son of Tho s & Eliz th Meadows was born Feb ry 6 th 

181 3 at 8 Oclock in the Morning on a Saturday. 

George Meadows, Son of Tho s & Eliz th Meadows was born Oct ber 9 th 

1 8 14 abought 6 Oclock in the Morning on a Sunday. 

Henry Meadows Son of Tho s & Eliz th Meadows was born Dec ber 23 rd 

18 1 6 abought 2 Oclock in the Eving on a Monday. 
Eliz th Mills Born In the Year 1774. 
Tho s Meadows Died Jan r y 17, 1855, Aged 85. 

Eliz th Meadows, Sen r Died Sunday Evening Sept: 8 th 1861 Aged 87 Years. 
Amos Meadows died June 1, 1882, Aged 75 Years. 

The three following entries written in pencil : 

John Mills Son E: & C: Mills Born Jan 1 ? i st 1815 & Died. 
George Meadows Died Aug st 1875, Aged 61. 
Mary Ann Meadows Died Jan 1 ? 8, 1878. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 
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Stratford Family. 

John Stratford the son of Rich: & Sus: Stratford was born the i st of 
Nov r 1745 about 9 oClock at Night, baptized the 5 th Died April 
the 18 th 1750, buried at Dulwich the 2 2 d 

Rich d Stratford was born Feb 1 ^ the 27 th 1748, baptized the 6 th of March. 
Died at Sea. 

John Mumbray Stratford was born Dec r the 27 th 1750, baptized the 
14 th JanT 175 1. Died Feb""? 21 st 1781 about Eleven at Night, 
buried at Dulwich the 24 th . 

Francis Paul Stratford born Jan r y the 25 th 1752 about Six in Morning. 
Baptized Feb 1 "? 9 th . Married 11 June 1786 to Miss M. Dickinson 
of Somerby, Leicestershire. 

Agnes the Daughter of Susanna Stratford born at Fulham in the County 
of Middlesex the 29 day of September 1766 about 7 oClock in the 
Evening & Baptized the first day of October following at the parish 
Church of S' George the Martyr, Queen Square, London, by the 
Rev* 1 M r Hughes then Curate of y e said Parish. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer, 
and Bible with Apocrypha, " Oxford, Printed 
by John Baskett, Printer to the University, 
MDCCXXVIII;" in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Sedger Family. 

Joh: Small Sedger Married 6 th of June 1819 to Sarah Read. 

Sarah Sedger born 23 rd March 1820 had Small Pox, chicken Do: & 

hooping cough, Ague, Measles. 
Mary Ann born 19 November 182 1 had Small Pox, chicken Do: & 

Hooping Cough, Measles, Scarlet Fever. 
John Oaks born 10 th June 1823, died July 21 st 1824. 
John Small born July 21 st 1825 had Small Pox, Chicken Do: Measles, 

Hooping Cough, Scarlet fever, Ringworm, Spotted Fever. 
Rosina Born 9 th of September 1827 had Small Pox, chicken Do: 

Measles and hooping Cough, Ringworm, Scarlet Fever. 
James born 18 th September 1829 had Small Pox, chicken Do: Measles 

and Hooping Cough, Scarlet fever. 
Maria Elizabeth born 29 th November 1831 had Measles and Chicken 

Pox, Scarlet fever, Ring Worm. 
Joseph born March 24 th 1833 had Small Pox, Inflamation in the Lungs, 

Chicken Pox. 

Eliza Sedger born 27 th November 1836, Small Pox, Chicken Pox. 
Henry Sedger born 17 Sept br 1840. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Whiskin and Baker Families. 



W. Whiskin, Bruton Street, Berklow Sq r , N° 33, London, Dec r 7, 1800. 

W m Whiskin Died January 16 th 1802. 

Ann Whiskin April 15 th 1827. 

1826 April 12 th Died R: W: Aged 31 years. 

May 3 d Died A: W: Aged 73 years. 

M rs Henrietta Maple died September 17 th 1874, aged 86 years. 
Benjamin Arthur Baker born at Blithborough March 29 th 1856. 

Born at Ipswich. 
Daniel Baker Born August 12 th 1859 At Midday. 

Elizabeth Haward Harris Wilding Born i860, May 23 rd on Wednesday 

at Half past twelve at noon. 
Jessie Mary Baker Born 1866, on Wednesday November 13 th at a 

quarter past twelve at noon. Died December 11 th 1866. 
David Richard Baker Born 1867, October 8 th on Tuesday at quarter 

Past three in the morning. 
John Daniel Baker Born 1868, December 13 th Sunday morning at two 

oclock. Died Jan^ 17 th 1873. 
Sarah Henrietta Baker Born 187 . , November 15 th on Wednesday at 

twenty minutes to four in the morning. 
John Daniel Baker Died Friday Evening ten minutes to five Jan r v 17 th 

1873, Aged four Years one month and four days. 
John Daniel Baker born July 7 th 1873, about 9 oclock in the evening 

Monday. Died Sunday at 10.30 morning February 15 th 1874, 

Aged 7 months 1 week. 
Gertrude Maria Baker born October 14 th Wednesday at 8.15 in the 

evening 1874. Died Tuesday afternoon 3.30 March 14 th 1876, 

Aged 1 year 5 months. 
Daniel Baker died Dec: 28 th 1886, aged 59 years. 
Albert Baker Born August 9 th 1894. Died August 20 th 1895. 

From loose leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Bradley Family. 

Marey The Daughter of Elizabeth and Rob 1 Bradley Was Born 23 

decmber 1796 at 7 the oclock In the Evinng. 
Robert Bradley Was Born 7 the Novm: 1800 5 In the morning. 
Jonerthin Barrell Bradley Was Born May 7 the 1802 10 In the mon. 
John Bradley Was Born i the Juley 1803 3 In the After Noon. 
Iscac Bradley Was Born i7 the May 1805 at 10 In the Evening. 
Elizabeth Bradley Was Born 7 the March 1807 at 1 in the mon. 
Susanah Bradley Was Born i5 the May 18 10, 9 In the Evening. 



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Wm: Bradley Was Born 1812 dyed at 6 Weeks ould. 

William Bradley Was Bom 23 December 1813, 6 In the mon. 

The Above Is A Treu Redgester of my Children and I Heair Witnis 

My Name at Bottum. 

$<r&tff $rad<$y stanton - 

Robert Bradley departed this Life June 7 the 1828 at Cornpoer East India. 
Elizabeth Smart, aged 23, daughter of the above Robert Bradley, 

departed this life the 24 th of June 1830, died in London and 

buried in Shoreditch Church Yard. 
William John Smart, son of the aforementioned Elizabeth Smart, was 

born on the 22 nd of May 1830, baptized at St: John's Church, 

Stanton, Suffolk. Witness: William Andrew Smart. 
Celia the Wife of John Bradley died 30 th Dec r 1846 at Ipswich and was 

buried at Saints Margretts Church in the 41 st Year of her age. 
W m Bradley died 14 Sep br 1847 in the 32 nd Year of his age after a few 

days illness. 
Edward Bradley Left 17 Juley 1854. 

W m Bradley Left England 17 Juley 1854. Joynd her Magetey's ship 

Star Bound for Brazil South America Maxico. 
March the 13 th 174I My Son Newton was Born Between Eight and 

nine oclock in the Morning. 



On a fly-leaf occurs : " This book Cost ij 6 d . Robert Marsh Bought att 
M r Cretton's, Cost threeteen shillings and sixpence November y e 13 th 
1741" And on another fly-leaf the autograph of 




From a Bible with Apocrypha, "Oxford: Printed by John 
Baskett, Printer to the University. MDCCXXXVIII ";" 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Worts Family. 



Robert Worts April 13 th 1777. 
Ann Worts Born April 27 th 1753. 

Frances the Wife of Th os Norman Departed this Life March 6 th 1777 
Aged 34. 

Allso, Will m Worts Departed this Life July 5 th 1779. Aged 42. 

Allso Sa ml Worts Departed this Life Juley 5 th 1777. Aged 36. 

In Memmory of My Mother Frances Worts Who Departed this Life 

Seep tbr 13 th 1 78 1 Aged 74. 
Allso my Father Will m Worts who Departed This Life Feryy 2i the 1786. 

Aged 71, was Beread on A Sunday and Stood in the Church 

y e time of Devine Serves and the Text was in Ecclesiastes Chapter 

the 7 Vers the first, preche d by y e Re vd M r Roges, Rector, 
The Vurses on the head Stone are thus : 

Under this Stone lies Moulderd into Dust 

the man whose Life was peaceable & Just, 

A tender husband and indulgent father 

Kind to his frinds and loving to his Brother, 
Robert wass Born March 15 th 1774. 
Freeman wass Born Juley 5 th 1775. 
Will" 1 wass Born March 22 th 1777. 
Mannister wass Born Juley 23 th 1778. 
Samuel was Born May 21 th 1780. 
Henraey Born Feb 1 "? 17 th 1782. 
Benjamin Wass born Dec br 28 th 1788. 
Charls Wass Born Jan r v 7 th 1791 and Died June 17 th 1791. 
Freeman Worts Born Nov r 5 th 1800. 
Rob 1 Worts Born Sept br 12, 1802. 
John Whitmore Worts Born May 15 th 1804. 
Frederick Worts Born March 10 th 1806. 
Maria Worts Born March 17 th 1808. 
James Worts Born July 20, 1810. 
Mary Ann Worts Born Dec br 23, 181 2. 
Freeman Worts, Sen r Died July 21 st 1814 Aged 39. 
Maria Worts Died July 31 st 18 15 Aged 40 years. 
Freeman Worts Jun r Died June 31 st 1825. 

Births. 

William Worts Born Feb? 9 th 1804 at Eleven at Night. 

Ann Worts Born May 12 th 1809 and died April 8 th 1836 bur d at 

Manningtree. 
Henry John Worts Born July 23 th 1810. 

B. Thirston Worts Born May 9 th 1812. Died 8 th Oct r 1836, Bur d at 

S l Clem ts Ipswich. 
Sarah Worts Died July 2 th 18 14. 

Josepth Worts Born April 23 rd 1816 at Half past Seven to A Minnit. 

1 81 6 May 21 st Sarah Thirg Died Aged 13. 

Charles Worts Born April 30, 1820. 

William Worts departed this Life June 13 th 1822 aged 45. 

Baby Bom and Buried 8 th ocf 1836. W. W. Jun r 

From loose leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Adams Family. 

Mary Ann Adams Died [plank in orig.] 1782. 
Thomas Adams Died Feby 28, 1795. 
John Ridley Adams Died Jan r y 27, 1814. 
Ann wife of Freeman Died Oct r 7, 18 14. 
Elizebeth wife of Jas: Park Died June 9, 1825. 
Susan Cole Wife of J: Cole Died March 18, 1833. 
Jonathan Adams Died Jany 9 th 1835. 
Samuel Adams Died August 9 th 185 1. 

Ann Adams Sen r Died Oct r 27, 1816. Buried 31 Oct br , and on Sunday 
the 3 rd of November her Funeral Sermon was preach'd at her 
request by her Son in Law the Rev d James Cole from Isaiah 60 
Chap r 20 th Verse : Thy sun shall no more go down, neither shall 
thy Moon withdraw it self for the Lord shall be thine everlasting 
light and the Days of thy mourning shall be ended. 

Sam 1 Adams Sen r Died 29 Oct r 1830 Buried by his wife on the 5 th of 
November in the Baptist Burriel Ground, Bury. 

The Children of Samuel and Ann Adams : 

Samuel Born October 13 th 1778. 

Mary Ann Born November 15, 1779. 

John Ridley Born April 14, 1781. 

Susanna Born May 29, 1782. 

Mary Born NoV 5, 1784. 

Elizabeth Born Jan r y 22, 1786. 

Jonathan Born April 26, 1787. 

Ann Born July 16, 17 . . 

Thomas Born Feb f y 28, 1795. 

James Cole Died May 26 th 1837. 

Jonathan Adams Jun r was Born Feby 15, 1749 (old stile) 

Mary Adams, Born October 16 th 1753. 

Samuel Adams, Born March 14 th 1755. 

Jonathan Adams Sen r Died 1782. 

Jonathan Adams Jun r Died Dec r 31, 1786. 

Mary Adams, Died April 25 th 1801. 

From the first volume of a Bible "Bungay, 1813," 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



IVaren Family. 

Rachel Waren Her Book October 25 th 17 . . 
. . . Waren Born Feb: 2 nd 1771. 
Thomas Waren her Farther Dide December 16 th 1783. 
Cathrine Lockyer Borne June 5 th 1799 at \ after 6 oClock in the 
Morning. 

From a Bible, with Apocrypha, " Imprinted at London 
by Robert Barker and John Bill, Printers to the 
Kings most Excellent Maiesty. M.DC.XXX ;" 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Boston Family. 



Mary Anne, Daughter of James and Anne Boston born 28 February 
1797, \ p. 6 a.m. 

John Henry, Son of the above named parents born 8 Nov r 1799, 
\ past 6 p.m. 

Charles, Son of the above parents born 15 th May 1801, 7 a.m. 

James, Son of the above parents born Jan: 15, 1803 at 5 a.m. Died at 
St. George's Bermuda after severe illness 21 April 1838, buried 
with Military Honors in S' Peter's Churchyard, 24 th . 

Philip, Son of the above parents born May 9 th 1805 at \ past 4 p.m. 
died Aprill 11 th 1829. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Williams Family. 



Elizabeth Williams Born June 2 2 d 181 5. age 

Sister Grace died March 1829 4 days. 

Grand Mother died 21 st March 1836 97 y s 

Brother William died 21 April 1836 18 

Mother died Feb? 24 th / 46 66 

Father died 1 April i st 1849 69 



Margaret Williams Born November I st 1807. 
Marey Williams Born November 6, 181 3. 
Elizabeth Willims Born June 22, 1815. 
Williams Williams Febaury 18, 18 18. 
John and Henery Williams Born March 21, 1825. 

John and Henery Williams Baptised April 7, 1829. Being 4 years and 

17 days old. 
Elizabeth Williams 

Margaret Ellery Bat d August 13, 1780. 
Elizabeth Rendles Book given by her Mother 1839. 
Nathaniel Williams born April 1780. 
Margaret Ellery wife born 12 July 1780. 

Children of the above: 
Margaret Williams born 1 Nov r 1807. 
Mary born 6 Nov r 18 13. 
Elizabeth born 22 June 18 15. 
William born 18 Feb? 181 8. 
John and Henry born 21 March 1825. 
Grace lived 4 days March 1829. 
Henry King husband of Mary 29 July 181 1. 
Tho s Rendle husband of Elizabeth 12 Sepf 18 13. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, "London : Printed 
for C. Cooke, No. 17, Fater-noster Row ;" 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Cooper Family. 

Hunter, Son of Hunter & Ester Cooper of Trimley, Suffolk, Born 
May 6 th 1741. 

Hunter, Son of Hunter & Sarah Cooper of Writtle, Essex, Born 

September 28 th 1765. 
Sarah, Daughter of Hunter & Sarah Cooper Born March 9 th 1767. . 
Margaret Elizabeth, Daughter of Hunter & Frances Cooper of Sandon, 

Essex, Born July 18 th 1795. 
Frances Sarah Born September 6 th 1796. Died Jany 8 th 1799. 
Martha Born September 23 d 1797. 
Hunter William Born February 25 th 1799. 
Robert Thomas Born June 22 d 1800. 

Frances Sarah Born October 17 th 1801. Died Decmber 29, 1801. 
Jane Born October 19 th 1804. 
Anne Maria born Sep r 2 d 1806. 
Louisa Frances Born July 16 th 1808. 

From a folio Bible with Apocrypha, "Printed in the Year 
MDCCVIII" ; in my possession. — F. A. C. 



4 A *? fl 

.A. _iL '<Jf 



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Adams Family. 

Samuel Adams Born 13 Oct r 1778. Died 9 th August 1851. 

Funeral Sermon preached by Rev d A: Tyler at the Independant 
Chapel, Whiting S 1 , Sunday Aug 1 17, 1851 from Psalm 39 th & 
9 th verse. 

Elizabeth Adams his Wife Born 15 Sep r 1780, 

Elizabeth Adams (their Daughter born) 8 March 1809. Died April 
5 th 1852. 

Elizabeth the Daughter Married To Fredrick Ridley 11 th Sep r 1828. 
Fredric their Son born Dec r 15 th 1829. 
Elizabeth their Daughter born [plank in orig.~\ 

Rose Morris Born 31 st Jan r y 1748. Died 16 th April 1842 Aged 94. 
Thomas Morris (her husband) Born Nov r 5 th 1748. Died Feb>' 27 th 
1 8 10 Aged 61. 

Thomas Morris their son Born Sep r 2 d 1774. Died JanT 12 th 1844 
Aged 69. From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Thomas Family. 

Degory Thomas, Jun r of Holsworthy. 
Edmond Thomas of Jacobstow in y e County of Cornwall. 
Elisabeth Thomas was born the 7 of March in 1731. 
Mary thomas was born the 7 of fe^ in 1735. 

Margerret Thomas was born the 24 day of Desember in the year 1739. 

Robert Colling His Writting June y e 9 th Day 1765. 

From a copy of " Theological Treatises" compiled or 
collected by Rob. Vilvain. " London: Printed by 
R. Hodgkinso?ine (for the Author) and are to be 
sold at his Hous in Thames-street neer Baynards- 
Castle. A.D. 1634 ; " in my possession. — F. A. C, 



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Bartlett Family. 

W. Bartlett Sen r was Born 2 June 1805. 

Susanna Bartlett Was Born Feb? 18, 1805. 

The Above Was Married Feb? 10, 1829. 

W. Bartlett Jun r Was Born decm r 15, 1829 half past 4 p.m. 

Mary Bartlett was Born Aggust 7, 1831 half past 7 morn. 

John Bartlett was Born Jany 25, 1833 At one clock morn. 

Jane and Susanna Bartlett was Born 17 of dec r 1834. Susanna was 

Born 20 Minutes Before 8pm and Jane about Quarter Before 

8 pm. 

Maryann Bartlett was born the 15 th of March 1837 About eleven in the 
Morn. 

Members of methodist Socity. 
Fredrick Keats died June 19, 1828. 
M rs Tirard died in the year 1829. 
M rs Lester died 22 of No v 1832. 
M r Lester died 27 december 1832. 
Miss Fanney Russel died July 1834. 
John Bartlett died July 9 th 1834 aged 17. 

Maryann Bartlett died Nov r 6, 1835 aged 2 years and 3 Months. 

Jane Matilda Bartlett died Jun 15 th aged 2 years 6 Months saving 2 days. 

From loose leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Furnner Family. 

William Fvrnner babtised the 17 day of May 1644. 
November 1663 a greate floode. 
February 1663 a great earthquake. 

From a Bible with Apocrypha, " London, Printed by 
Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most 
Excellent Majestie, and by the Assignes of 
John Bill, i6jp ; " in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Nanson and Lettsom Families. 

William Nanson Born at Carlisle about the 20 th Dec r 1744, came to 
London 25 th April 1765. Died 27 Sept: 1820 at Hornsey, 
Middlesex, and was buried in the vaults of the Foundling Hospital. 

Rachel Springall, Born at Scotow in Norfolk, Sep r 25, 1736. She died 
Sep r 1, 18 1 8 in Russell Square at 8 °Clock in Evening, and buried 
in Bunhill fields, London, in Friends burying ground, Wed^ 9 th 
Sep r 1818, at 4 °Clock. 

W m Nanson & Rach 1 Springall were married at all hollow staining 
Church in Fenchurch Street, London, on Sunday, 2 2 d Oct r 1769. 

W m Nanson, son of the above, born on Wednesday 18 July 1770, at 
4 °Clock in the afternoon in Thames S'. Died at Wandsworth on 
Monday 14 Dec r 1778, at 6 °Clock in the morning, of a putrid 
Feaver, and Buried at Wandsworth the 1 5 Dec r at 4 °Clock in the 
Afternoon in Friends Burying ground. 

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Rachel Nanson, sister to the above, born in Thames Street, Monday 
17 Feb y 1772, at \ past 3 °Clock afternoon. Married 9 Ap 1 1795 
to D r John Miers Lettsom at Martins Lane meeting. She died in 
Bridge Street, Monday Evening about ~ past 6 °Clock the 2 1 Sep r 
1 80 1, of a Complicated Dropsy & was buried by her husband 
D r Jn° Myers Lettsom in Bunhil Feilds, Sunday 5 °Clock the 
27 Sep r . 

Kezia Nanson, Sister to the above, born in Thames Street, Tuesday 
13 Sep r 1774, -| past 8 °Clock afternoon. Died 2 d Apr 1 1779 
(Friday) in Chancery Lane 1 °Clock in the morning of a putrid 
Feaver ; buried at Wandsworth with her Brother 3 d of Apr 1 at 

5 °Clock in the afternoon. 

Mary Ann Nanson, Sister to the above, born Sunday 28 Ap 1 1776, at 

1 past 12 °Clock at noon. Died Tuesday 2 d Feby 1779 in Chancery 
Lane, of a putrid Feaver, 11 °Clock in the Ev& and Buried at 
Wandsworth [worn away in orig.] Feby 4 °Clock afternoon, close 
by her Brother & Sister. 

John Miers Lettsom & Rachel Nanson married Thursday 9 April 1795, 
at the meeting house in Saint Martins Lane in the Strand. D r Jn° 
died on Wednesday morning ab' 8 °Clock 29 JanV 1800 in 
Sambrook Court, of a putrid Feaver, & was buried on Sunday 

2 Feb" in Bunhill Feilds. She died in Bridge Street on Monday 
21 Sep r 1 80 1, about ^ past 6 °Clock in the Evening of a Dropsy, 

6 buried in Bunhill Fields on Sunday 27 Sep r at 5 °Clock. 
William Nanson Lettsom, son of the above, born in Sambrook Court, 

Thursday Feby 4, 1796, about 7 °Clock in the Ev g . Died at 
N° 43 Westbourne Park, Paddington, on Sunday 3 d September 
1865. Buried in Paddington Cemetery, Willesden, Midd x . 
Mary Ann Lettsom, Daughter of the above, born in Sambrook Court 
on Wednesday 12 th Ap 1 1797, 9 °Clock Eve. Married 31 Oct r 
182 1 to Rev nd Thos: Gronow at S l George's, Bloomsbury. Died 
of consumption 10 Dec 1832 at Torquay, Devonshire, and was 
there buried. 

Louisa Lettsom, daughter of the above, born in Sambrook Court on 
Wednesday 10 Ap 1 1799, 8 °Clock morning. Married to M r Thos: 
Hunt 6 Oct r 182 1 at S l George's, Bloomsbury. Died at 
S l Leonard's on Sea 7 th March (Wednesday) 1866, buried in 
Paddington Cemetery, Willesden, Midd x . 

Mary Wallis of Stratton, Norfolk. Died 16 Ap 1 1810, aged about 
81 years. 

N.B. The above entries were made by my Grandfather, but the 
additions subsequent to his death by me 



From a Bible, with Apocrypha, " London : Printed by 
John Baskett, Printer to the King's Most Excellent 
Majesty, And by the Assigns of Thomas Newcomb, 
and Harry Hills deceased. MDCCCXV ;" in 
possession of Thomas Colyer Colyer-Fergusson of 
Wombzvell Hall, Gravesend, co. Kent. — F. A. C. 




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Pedigree of Lettsom. 



Edward Lettsom of Little=j=Mary Coakley; remarried 
Vandyke, Virgin Islands, to Samuel Taine. 
West Indies. 



6 sets of John Coakley Lettsom (twin with= 
twin sons, Edward), of Grove Hill, Camberwell, 
all died in co. Surrey, and of Sambrook Court, 
infancy. London; born at Little Vandyke, 
Virgin Islands, 22 November 1744; 
M.D. Leyden 20 June 1769, L.R.C.P. 
1770, F.R.S. 1771, LL.D., F.S.A.; 
died in Sambrook Court, London, in 
his 71st year, 1 November, bur. in 
the Friends' Burial Ground, Bunhill 
Fields, London, 7 November 181 5. 
Will dated 30 October 1795, proved 
(P.C.C. 148 Wynne) 4 March 1 816, by 
Philip Elliot, the surviving Exor. (See 
" Dictionary of National Biography" 
Vol. XXXIII., page 134.) 



=Ann Miers, dau. of John 
Miers of Cannon Street, 
London; born in Crooked 
Lane, London, 18 April 
1748; marr.at Devonshire 
House, Society of Friends, 
Bishopsgate, London, 31 
July 1770 ; died in 
Chapel Street, Grosvenor 
Place, London, in her 
82nd year, 7 January, 
bur. in the Friends' Burial 
Ground, Bunhill Fields, 
London, 13 January 1830. 



Edward Lettsom 
(twin with John 
Coakley); born at 
Little Vandyke, 
Virgin Islands, 22 
November 1744; 
died unmarriedi 




Signature from deed dated 21 September 1807. 



Mary Ann 
Lettsom, born 
in Eastcheap 
London, 20 
June 1771; 
died there, 
aged2^- years, 
16 March, 
bur. in Bun- 
hill Fields, 
London, 20 
March 1774. 



John Miers Lettsom= 
of Sambrook Court, 
London ; born in 
Eastcheap, London, 
24 December 1772; 
M.D. ; died in Sam- 
brook Court, Lon- 
don, aged 27, 29 
January, bur. in 
Bunhill Fields, Lon- 
don, 2 February 
1800. Will proved 
(P.C.C. 215 Adder- 
ley) 10 March 1800. 



=Rachel Nanson, dau. of William Nanson of Bridge Street, 

Blackfriars, London ; born in Thames Street, London, 
17 February 1772 ; marr. at the Meeting House in Peter's 
Court, St. Martin's Lane, London, 9 April 1795; died in 
Bridge Street, Blackfriars, aged 29, 25 September, bur. in 
Bunhill Fields, London, 28 September 1801. Will proved 
(P.C.C. 680 Abercronibie) 7 October 1801. 



William Nanson Lettsom, born in Sambrook 
Court, London, 4 February 1796; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1818, M.A. 1822 ; died at 43 Westbourne Park, 
London, 3 September, bur. in Paddington 
Cemetery, London, n September 1865. M.I. 
Will proved (P.C.C. 589, 65) 18 September 
1865. (See " Dictionary 0} National Biography ," 
Vol. XXXIII, page 136. 



cc^~^ cr?~~- 



Thomas Gronow of Ash= 
Hall, co. Glamorgan; 
born at Swansea, co. 
Glamorgan, circa 1797 ; 
educated at Eton and 
at Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 15 
January 1816, aged 18, 
B.A. 1819, M.A. 1822; 
J. P. ; died at The 
Crescent, Shrewsbury, 
co. Salop, aged 73, 17 
August 1870. /\ 



=Mary Ann, born in 
Sambrook Court, 
London, 12 April 
1797 ; marr. at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, London, 31 
October 182 1 ; died 
at Torquay, co. 
Devon, aged 35, 
10 December 1832, 
and bur. there. 



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Philip Elliot, bapt.= 
at Laugharne, co. 
Carmarthen, 2 De- 
cember 1767 ; of 
St. Mary Hall, 
Oxford, matricu- 
lated 13 July 1791, 
aged 23, M.D. ; 
died at 2 Lloyd's 
Square, Clerken- 
well, London, aged 
80, 5 December 
1847. 



=Mary Ann, born 
in Eastcheap, 
London, 23 April 
1775; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 16 June 
1794 ; died in 
Sambrook Court, 
London, aged 
27, 3 October, 
bur. in Bunhill 
Fields, London, 
10 October 1802. 



Harriet Lettsom, 
born in East- 
cheap, London, 
8 May 1777; 
died there, aged 
8 months, 27 
February, bur. in 
Bunhill Fields, 
London, 4 March 
1778. 



Samuel Fother-= 
gill Lettsom, 
born in East- 
cheap, London, 
11 September 
1779 ; died 
at Boulogne, 
France, aged 
65, 28 October 
1 844, bur. at 
the Cemetery 
St. Martin, 
Boulogne. 



=Eliza Sophia Garrow, 
only dau. of the Rt. 
Hon ble Sir William 
Garrow of Pegwell 
Bay, co. Kent, and 
of Bedford Row, 
London, Baron of the 
Exchequer;born<r/raz 
1784 ; marr. 6 April 
1802; died at Folke- 
stone, co. Kent, aged 
73, 21 August 1857, 
and bur. at Christ 
Church, Folkestone. 
M.I. 



William Garrow Lettsom, 
born in Ormond Street, 
London, 23 January 
1803; died in Bedford 
Row, London, aged 6 
months, 20 July, bur. in 
Bunhill Fields, London, 
24 July 1803. 



William Garrow Lettsom, 
born 24 March 1805, bapt. 
at Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
30 June 1806 ; Charge 
d'Affaires at Monte Video ; 
died unmarried at 142 
Norwood Road, co. Surrey, 
aged 82, 14 December, 
bur. in Norwood Cemetery 
20 December 1887. M.I. 
Will proved (P.C.C., 254, 
88) 21 March 1888. 



Samuel Lettsom, born= 
at Fulham Cottage 17 
May, bapt. at Fulham 
18 June 1807 ; Major 
in the 80th Regiment ; 
died s.p. at Worth, near 
Dover, co. Kent, aged 
43, 18 January, bur. 
25 January 1851. Will 
proved (P.C.C., 304,51) 
8 April 1 85 1. 



=Eliza, dau. of 
James Hook ; 
marr. 2ndly at 
Dover, co.Kent, 
1 December 
1853, Thomas 
Stokes Hodges 
of Sidmouth, 
co. Devon. 



Thomas Hunt of Manchester Square,= 
London; born 18 October 1796; 
died, aged 73, 23 February 1870, bur. 
in Paddington Cemetery, London. M.I. 



=Louisa, born in Sambrook Court, London, 10 April 
1799; marr. at St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, 
6 October T821 ; died s.p. at St. Leonard's, co. Sussex, 
in her 67 th year, 7 March 1866, bur. in Paddington 
Cemetery, London. M.I. 



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Edward Lettsom, born in 
Sambrook Court, London, 
27 August 1781 ; died at 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
aged 39, 4 March, bur. in 
Bunhill Fields, London, 
9 March 182 1. 



Pickering Lettsom, born in= 
Sambrook Court, London, 
2 December 1782 ; died 
at Tortola, Virgin Islands, 
West Indies, in his 26th 
year, 2 October 1808. 



=Elizabeth, widow of William 
Payne Georges, and sister of 
Ralph, Lord Lavington ; 
marr. at Tortola, Virgin 
Islands, West Indies, 22 
September 1808 ; died there 
24 January 1809. 



Colonel John Elliot of Pimlico Lodge, West-=j= 
minster ; bapt. at Laugharne, co. Carmarthen, 
2 1 February 1 764 ; of New College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 February 1783, aged 19, B.A. 
1786, M.A. 1790; F.R.S. ; Colonel Westminster 
Volunteer . Cavalry ; died at Pimlico Lodge, 
Westminster, aged 65, 27 March, bur. at St. 
Margaret'Sj Westminster, 4 April 1829. 



=Eliza, born in Sambrook Court, 
London, 19 November 1785 ; 
marr. at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 27 February 1804; died 
at North End, Fulham, co. Mid- 
dlesex, aged 80, 10 December, 
bur. in Brompton Cemetery, 
London, 16 December 1865. M.I. 



c 



George Lettsom, born at Great George Street, 
Westminster, 15 January, died, aged 2 weeks, 
and bur. at St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
31 January 18 10. 



I ~ I 

Eliza Garrow Lettsom (only A son. 
daughter); born circa 181 3 ; 
died, aged 16, 3 April 1830. 



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Royce and Bryckwood Families. 



John Royce of Woodham Walter, Essex, was Married to Mary 
Bryckwood of Maldon in the same County the i st of May 1789, 
at S' Andrews, Holborn, London. 

John Bryckwood Royce, Son of the above John & Mary Royce was 
born 7 th Aug st 1790. 

Mary Bryckwood Royce was born July 12 th 1791. 

Eleanor Royce was Born 19 th July 1792. 

All 3 have had Small-Pox, Measles & hooping cough. 

N.B. Mary Bryckwood (wife of the above John Royce & Mother of 
the above Three Children) is Great-Great Grand-Daughter to 
M r Bartholomew Bryckwood to whom this Bible belonged. He 
was Bom 11 th of Feby 1596 & made his Will 20 th March 1673. 

Barth : Bryckwood huius libelli verus possessor 7 Octobr : Anno 
Dhi 1619. 



From a Bible "Imprinted at London by Bonham Norton and 
John Bill, Deputy Printers for the Kings most Excellent 
Maiestie. An?io 1618 " ; in the possession of Miss 
Harriett Josselyn of Ipswich, a daughter of the 
marriage of above-named Mary Bryckwood Royce with 
James Josselyn, formerly of Copdock, Suffolk. — F. A. C. 



The Children of M r Robert Morris & Margarett his wife. 

Charles Morris theire eldest son was borne the 5 th of September 1662. 

Edmond Morris Second Son of the said Robert & Margaret was borne 

the 29 th of January in the yeare 1665/6. 
Grace Morris Daughter of the said Robert & Margaret was borne about 

the 5 January 1667. 
Robert Morris theire third Son was borne the last of July 1669. 
Richard Morris their 4 th Son was borne the 19 July 1672. 
Charles Morris was borne in the Parish of S l Mary Woolchurch in 

London. 

Edmond Morris was borne at Harding in Harfordshire. 

Grace Morris was borne in the Parish of S l Mary Newington in the 

County of Surrey. 
Robert Morris was borne in the same parish. 

Richard Morris was borne in y e Parish of S l George in Southwarke. 






Morris Family. 



From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Roberts Family. 



William Roberts son of John and Mary Roberts born at Eton Dec r i2 st 
1791. Godfathers: L d Morpeth, J: Mortlock Esq r , Rev. W: 
Roberts, Eton. Godmothers : M rs Mortlock, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 
M rs Roberts, Park Street, Windsor. 

William Roberts married to Bertha Anderson at Sporle, Norfolk, Janv 
I st 1834- 

Issue : Ella Bertha Born March 26 (Easter Sunday) 1837. 

John Mortlock Born Jan? 31 st 1843. Died at Sporle Sep r 14, 
1844. 

John Abraham Roberts son of John and Anne Roberts born Jan'y 21 st 
1797 at Creeting. Godfathers: Rev d A: Gairdner, Abraham 
Saunders Esq r Gloucster. Godmother : M rs Hallam, Bristol. 

John Abraham Roberts married to Mary May, at Sonning, Berks, May 
the 9 th 1827. Presented to the Rectory of S' Alban's, Wood S', 
London, Jan^ 1833. Died at Bath Oct r 19, 1853, his remains rest 
at Sonning. 

John Roberts D.D. Father of the above died 23 rd Feb? 1822. 
Mary Roberts (i st wife) died December 1791. 
Anne Roberts (2 d wife) died Sep r 30 th 1816. 

Thomas Roberts son of John & Anne Roberts born Jan y 11 th 3 in the 
morning at Creeting 1798. Godfathers: Rev d T. Chamberlayne, 
Vi: Pro: Eton, Thomas Mee Esq r , Gloucester. Godmother: M rs 
Elesabeth Roberts. Died at Cheltenham Dec r I st 1823, there 
buried. 

Mary Ann Catharine Roberts born April 25 th quarter past eleven at 
night at Creeting 1799. Godfather: G: Roberts Esq: God- 
mothers : M rs Saunders, Gloucester, M rs Hay Ward, Gloucester. 
Died at Bath on Sunday Jan? 18 th 1863, buried at Sonning, 

James' Pitt Roberts born May 16 th ten at night at Sonning 1804. 
Godfathers : Rev d James Pitt, Gloster, R. Richard Roberts, 
Mitcham. Godmother : Miss Elle Roberts. Died at Sporle 
Aug st 20, 1867, buried there. Married to Selina Twitchette (?) Sep r 
9 th 1830. 

Issue : William George, born in London 3 d Feb>" 1832. Died in 
Florence August 20 th 1851. 
Robert born in London Nov r 1832, Died on the same day. 
James born in London Nov r 12 1833, Married to Isabel 
Alexander Sep r 1858. 
Henry Roberts born May 24 th Sunday, four in y e morning, Sonning 1807. 
Godfathers : Henry Roberts Esq r , Rev d Richard Raikes. God- 
mother : M rs Granville Calwich. Died at Port Royal, Jamaica, 
August 10 th 1823. 
Henrietta Elizabeth Charlotte Roberts born December sixth Sunday 
12 o'clock at night Sonning 1812. Godfather: J: Roberts. 
Godmothers : M rs David Saunders, Gloster, Miss Henrietta 
Saunders, Gloster. Died at Sonning August 12 th 1824. 

From loose leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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born 4 th June 1778 



Towry, Chamberlaine and Hopkins 
Families. 

George Towry the Gift of his dearest Grandfather. Somerset Place, 

Somerset House, London. 
George Phillips Towry Esq r of Shipley, co. Northumberland, married 

firstly Miss More descended from Sir Th s More and secondly 

Susannah [plank in orig.] who died on the 25 th of May 1800 aged 

53 years. 
By his first wife he had issue : 

1 Capt" George Henry Towry. 

2 Anne Towry afterwards married Edward Law, Lord Ellenborough. 
George Chamberlaine Esq r of Burwood House of Cobham, co. Surrey 

married firstly [blank in orig.] and secondly Elizabeth Bond. 
By his first wife he had a son : 

1 Rev d George Chamberlaine, Rector of Wyke Regis, Weymouth, 
co. Dorsetshire. 

By his second wife he had issue : 

2 Elizabeth C. married Capt n G. H. Towry, R.N. 

3 Mariamne C. married Capt n Henry Hopkins. 
Capt" George Henry Towry] born [blank in orig.] 

married 
Elizabeth Chamberlaine in 
NoV 4 th 1802. 

George Edward Towry born 28 th Aug st 1803 and christened Nov r 3, 1803. 
Elizabeth Anne Towry born 29 th Nov r 1806 and died 29 Aug st 1819, & 

buried at Brussels aged 1 2 years & nine months after 36 hours illness. 
Henry Philips Towry born May 12, 1805 and died 21 Feb'y 1806 & 

buried at Westminster 27 Feb r >\ 
Capt" Henry Hopkins ]born 25 Dec r 1780 

married I 
Mariamna Chamberlaine jborn 6 Dec r 1780 

in 1808. J 
Henry George Hopkins born May 15, 18 10. 
Mariamna Elizabeth Hopkins born Nov r 11, 1814. 
Frederick Hopkins born May 17, 18 16. 
George Hopkins born April 21, 18 19. 

George Phillips Towry Esq 1 ' of Shipley died in Somerset Place London 
on the 12 th of March 181 7, aged 84 years, buried at Winkfield by 
the side of his Second Wife Susannah, by Rev d W. L. Rham, Vicar. 

Capt" George Henry Towry died 9 April 1809. 

M rs Towry (E: Chamberlaine) died 19 Dec r 1806. 

Rev d George Chamberlaine died 3 Oct r 1837. 

George Hopkins was drowned near Fort George, Invernesshire, in 
Feb r y 1838. 

M rs Hopkins (M: Chamberlaine) died at Brighton 3 rd May in 1830-31. 

Lady Ellenborough (Daughter of Geo: P. Towry) had 5 Sons & 5 
Daughters (9 were surviving up to her death) and died aged 75 in 
Aug st 1845 (Anne, Lady Ellenborough died 16 August 1843, aged 
47. Gent's Mag: Vol. 20, N.S., p. 440) and was buried not far 
from her Father at Winkfield church by Rev d W. L. Rham, Vicar. 

From loose leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 



43 



Peters Family. 



G: Moody died July 23 rd /2$. 
E: Peters — April 28 /2 3. 
J: Peters died Jan 1 ? 10 /31. 
I: Peters Died Feb r y 15 /1838. 
L: Peters Died June 6 th 1836. 
Jan: Peters Died Sep* 6 th 1842. 
Mary Eliz th Peters May 25 th 1845. 
Julia S: P: Gale Feb 1 ? 20 th 1855. 

From a loose leaf in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Thorley and Htmt Families. 

Nathaniel Thorley=Dinah Davis. 

N & h ' 1 Thorlev were Married Dec r 2 nd 1777 at S' Margaretts 
Dinah] Westminster. 

Dinah Died 24 th Janv 1793 at \ past 9 o'Clock in the morning Suddenly 
by the Breaking of a Blood Vessel in the 33 Year of her Age was 
Married 15 Years 1 Month & 22 days. NT 

Nath 1 Thorley born 10 Dec r 1756, Died 7 th February 1824 Aged 67 & 

2 months. 
Dinah Thorley born 8 th July 1760. 

(Lucy born 24 th July 1779. Dead. 
Mary Ann born 26 th Aug 1 1780. Dead. 
Lucy Sophia born [blank in orig.] Dead. 
Nath 1 Thorley ] 

& J- were married March 9 th 1813 at S' John's, Westminster. 

Eliz th GummerJ 

Issue Elizabeth born April 4 th 18 16. 

Elizabeth Thorley, SenO were married 16 th February 1826 at Walcot 
and } Church, Bath, by the Rev. Archdeacon 

Charles M c Dowall j Moysey, D.D. 

Elizabeth died, aged 63, after a long and painful illness, on the 27 th 
February, 1840 at 20 minutes after one o'clock in the morning, and 
was buried on the 4 th of March, in the Tomb containing her Father, 
Rev Joseph Gummer, who died 21 st Oct. 1820, aged 76, and her 
first Husband, N. Thorley, in the Ground (attached to Argyle 
Chapel) on St. Mark's Hill, Bath. 

Charles M c Dowall, died [blank in orig.] 

Elizabeth Thorley, Jun.] were man[ed gth AprJ1 i836 ^ Bathwick 

William Hunt J Church " 

Issue. 

William Thorley Gignac, born (Advent Sunday) 3 rd Dec. 1837. 
Nathaniel Albert born Friday April 16 th , 1841. 

44 



Elizabeth Emily Hunt, born Nov. 16, 1842. 
Caroline Editha, born Aug. 4, 1844. 
Adela Louisa, born June 3, 1846. 

Elizabeth Hunt died July 7 th 1846, aged 30 y'rs 3 m 3 days. 

From loose leaves in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Johnson, Cock and Lee Families. 

Ann Johnson her Boke. 
Maried ivly 16, 1686. 

i had the smal pox december 1687 And m caried ion vary 1. 

i was delivered of a davghter may 5, 1688. 

And my father died may 28, 1689. 

i was delivered of my davghter elisebeth ivly 15, 1690. 

And i m caried September 26, 1691. 

And my davghter elisabeth dyed October 18, 1691. 

my davghter Ann wase born September 29, 1692. 

Elizabeth Johnson the daugh : of Benjamin Johnson and Elizabeth 

his wife was born July the 15, 1690. 
Samuel Johnson Born the fourteen day of March 169^. 

Ann Cock her Booke. 

I was born September the 29, 1692. 

And I was Marrid Nouembr the 18, 17 13. 

And my Daughter Sarah was born Octob e r the 1, 17 14. 

And Mary was born May 19, 17 16. 

My Son John was born June y e 28, 17 19. 

My Son Joshua was born July y e 19, 1721. 

And my Husband died July the 29, 1721. 

My Daughter Sarah died July the 7, 17 18. 

John Lee the Son of Richard Lee Born January y e 31, i7of. 
Elisabeth Lee Born March y e 8, 1731. 
Richard Lee Born december y e 9, 17 16. 

John Lee the Son of John and Mary Lee was Born December y e 17, 
.1739- 

William Lee was Born August y e 3, 1741. 

Sarah Lee was Born February y e 20, 1743. 

Ritchard Lee Born Febury 27, 1745. 

Mary Lee Born March y e 16, 1747. 

Elisabeth Lee Born February y e 20, 1749. 

Joshua Lee Born January y e 2, 1 75 1. 

Ann Lee Born May y e 1, 1752. 

Joshua Lee Born June y e 6, 1754. 

Joseph Lee february y e 19, 1756. 

James Lee September 27, 1757. 

My Husban Died June the 7, 1787. 

Mary Lee Wife of Jn° Lee Died July y e 7' 1793. 

From a Bible: "London, Printed by John Bill 
and Christopher Barker, Printers to the 
Kings most excellent Majesty, 1661 ;" in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 



45 



Cripps Family. 



Christenings 1559- 1661. 



560. 


Mar: 


16. 


Thomas son of Edward Crips 


562. 


May 7. 


Elizabeth daughter of Edward Crippes 


562. 


Oct : 


11. 


Joan daughter of John Crips 


5 6 3- 


Aug: 


14. 


Edward son of Thomas Crips 


5 6 4- 


Oct: 




Judith Crips 


5 6 4- 


Nov 


26. 


Richard son of John Crips 


5 6 5- 


April 25. 


John son of Edward Crips 


566. 


Mar : 


2. 


Rebecca Crips 


567. 


June 


I . 


William Crips. 


567. 


Dec: 


20. 


John son of Edward Crips 


568. 


Mar: 


6. 


John son of John Crips 


5 6 9- 


Oct: 


2. 


Thomas son of Thomas Crips 


57°- 


Jan : 


28. 


Dorothy daughter of Edward Crips 


q7o. 


Feb: 


26. 


John son of Edward Crips 


57°- 


Mar : 


18. 


Joseph Crips 


570. 


Mar : 


26. 


Joseph son of John Crips 


57 2 - 


Aug: 


16. 


Agnes daughter of John Crips 


574- 


June 


3°- 


Edward son of Edward Crips 


576. 


Nov 


3°- 


Edward son of John Crips 


577. 


Jan : 


12. 


Joan daughter of Edward Crippes 


586. 


Aug: 


21. 


Eleanor Crips 


588. 


Sep : 


1. 


Mary Cripps 


d y 


Sep : 


28. 


Elizabeth Cripps 


=;q2. 

j y 


Feb: 


25- 


John Crips of Brokelondes 




Oct: 


6. 


Elizabeth Crips of Broklands 


594. 


Dec: 


8. 


Joan Crips 


598. 


Aug: 


6. 


Nicholas son of John Crips of Brokelands 


598. 


Sept 


2 3- 


John son of John Crips the elder 


604. 


July 15. 


Dorothy daughter of John Crypes of Brockland 


604. 


Jan : 


6. 


Edward son of Richard Crypps 


606. 


May 4. 


Thomas son of John Crypes of Brookelande 


611. 


Oct: 


20. 


John son of Edward and Elizabeth Crips 


613. 


June 6. 


Joane daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Crippes 


614. 


Dec: 


27. 


William son of Edward and Elizabeth Crippes 


621. 


Mar : 


12. 


Elizabeth daughter of John and Elizabeth Crips 


622. 


Aug: 


11. 


Elizabeth daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Crips 


623. 


April 15. 


John Cripse son of John and Elizabeth Crips 


624. 


Oct: 


28. 


Walter son of John and Elizabeth Cripse 


626. 


Oct: 


1 1. 


Elizabetli daughter of John and Susan Cripse 


628. 


Mar : 


3°- 


John son of Thomas and Faith Cripse 


629. 


April 


19. 


Thomas son of John and Elizabeth Cripes 


629. 


July 28. 


Susan daughter of John and Susan Cripse 


629. 


Nov 


22. 


George son of Thomas and Faith Cripse 


630. 


April 


1 2. 


Margery daughter of Nicholas and Joan Cripse 


630. 


Jan: 


13- 


Henry son of John and Elizabeth Cripse 


631. 


Feb: 


26. 


Thomas son of Nicholas and Joan Cripse 


632. 


Mar: 


2 5- 


Thomas son of Thomas and Faith Cripse 


632. 


Mar : 


27. 


Sara daughter of John and Elizabeth Cripse 


632. 


Mar : 


17- 


Dina daughter of John and Elizabeth Cripse 


634- 


Oct: 


5- 


Edward son of John and Susan Cripse 


634- 


Mar : 


3- 


Daniel son of John and Elizabeth Cripse. 


636. 


Nov 


13. 


Henry son of Thomas and Mildred Cripse 



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1636. Dec : 11. Ann daughter of John and Elizabeth Cripse 

1638. Jan : 6. Mary daughter of John and Elizabeth Cripps 

1638. Mar : 4. Dorothy daughter of Thomas and Mildred Cripps 

1640. Dec : 3. John son of Thomas and Mildred Crips 

1641. May 2. Joan daughter of John and Elizabeth Cripps 

1641. Nov : g. Obedience daughter of John and Susanna Cripps 
1643. July 16. Anne daughter of John and Temperance Cripps 
1643. Dec : 29. Sarah daughter of Thomas and Mildred Cripps 

1643. Jan : 14. Ninion son of Ninion and Vrsula Crisp (?) 

1644. Dec : 8. John son of John and Temperance Crips 

1646. Nov: 15. Matthew son of John and Temperance Crips 

1647. Feb : 2. John son of M r John and Sisly Crips 

1649. Mar : 29. Nathaniel son of John and Temperance Cripps 

1650. July (5?). Samuel son of M r John and Cisly Cripps 
1650. Mar : 4. John daughter of John and Temperance Crips 

1656. Nov : 9. Mary daughter of John and Temperance Crippes 

1659. April 4. Ann daughter of Thomas and Mary Cripps 

1660. Jan : 6. Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Mary Cripps 
Mar: 19. Nicholas (?) son of Nicholas and Susanna Cripps 

Marriages 1559- 1661. 

1 56 1. May 11. Edward Payne and Elizabeth Cripps 

1561 Dougles and Alice Crippes 

1573. Feb: . . William Riges and Grace Crips 

1583. Nov: 17. John Hotting and Elizabeth Crips 

1584. July 25. John Browne and Johane Cripps 

1588. June 9. Francis Fowler and Rebecca Crips 

1589. July 20. Samuel Spatcherst and Elizabeth Crips 
1592. July 1. Michael Humffrey and Judith Crips 

1 6 10. Oct: 21. Edward Crips and Elizabeth Athoath 

161 1. July 14. Stephen Dungate and Anne Cripse 
1614. Sep: 5. Jeremy Paine and Joan Crippes 
1623. July 20. Edward Cripse and Dorothy Finch 
1629. Feb: 8. John Cripse and Margery Ridley 
1 ^33- Oct : 22. John Wellington and Joan Cripse 

1639. Sep: 17. John Parker and Joan Cripps 

1642. Oct : 9. John Cripps and Temperance Shoosmith 

1657. May 28. Simon Broxell husbandman and Joan Cripps single- 

woman, both of Eastgrinsted 

1657 John Philepps of S* Clements, London, gent, and 

M rs Ann Crepps (agreement published Feb : 28 
Mar : 6 and 13) 

1658. June 1. Thomas Cripps and Mary Cossam 
1658. June 1. George Rich and Dorothy Cripps 

Nicholas Cripps, yeoman, and Susan Paine, widow 

Burials 1574- 1661. 

Agnes wife of John Crips the elder 
William son of Thomas Crips 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Crips 
Mary daughter of John Crips 
John son of John Crips of Brokelands 
John son of John Crips of Brokelands 
Margery wife of John Cryppes of Broockland 
John son of John Cryppes the elder 

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1659. 


Dec- 


26. 


1590. 


Sep : 


1 1. 


1591- 


Dec: 


14. 






26. 


*593- 


Aug: 


10. 


1596. 


May 


1. 


1597- 


April 30. 


!599- 


Mar: 


24. 


1 60 1. 


June 


30- 



i6oi. Nov: 15. John son of John Crypes of Brockland 

1605. Aug : 4. Audrye wife of Edward Cryppes the elder 

1606. Jan: 12. Elizabeth wife of Richard Cryppe 
1606. Feb : 4. Richard Crypps "the massyne" 

1 6 10. Nov : 6. Edward Cripps 

1612. April 22. John Crips, a child 

1613. Mar: 15. John Crippes of Homstall 
1615. Mar: 8. Elizabeth Crips 

1622. Jan : 11. Elizabeth wife of Edward Cripse 

1624. July 2. Elizabeth Cripse 

1626. Jan: 16. Anne Cripse widow 

1632. Mar: 27. John Cripse 

1633. May 8. Nicholas Cripse 

1634. June 4. " John Cripse of Thomas " 

1635. April 2. Faith Cripse 

1636. Nov : 23. Henry Cripse 
1636. Mar: 7. William Cripse 

[1638-1653 missing] 

1657. Aug : 12. Anne wife of Edward Cripps of Broocklands 

1657. 27. Susan Cripps a child 

1660. Feb: 1. Mary Cripps a child 

The above notes were made from the Registers of East 
Grinstead, co. Sussex, in July 1898. — F. A. C. 



Glanfield Family. 

By the Tenor of these Presents. We Samuel Knight Doctor in Divinity 
Archdeacon of the Archdeaconry of Berks do make it known unto 
all Men, that upon the twenty Fourth day of August in the Year 
of our Lord one Thousand seven Hundred and fforty three at 
Oxford before The Rev d John Wilder Master of Arts Our Surrogate 
the Last Will and Testament of John Glanfield the Elder late of 
Abingdon in the County and Archdeaconry of Berks Carpenter 
deced to these Presents annext was proved, approved, and recorded: 
and the Administration of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and 
Credits anywise belonging to the said Deceased, or concerning His 
said Will, was committed to Jeremiah Glanfield and Mary Merry 
(Wife of Robert Merry), Son and Daughter of the said deced and 
Executors in his said Will named (saving the right of all other 
Persons herein) the said Jeremiah Glanfield and Marry Merry 
being first sworn upon the Holy Evangelists in due form of Law, 
concerning the Truth of the said Will, and that they would well 
and truly perform and fulfill the same, by payment of all the just 
debts of the said Deceased, and Legacys devised in the said Will, 
(as far as the Goods of the said Deceased should extend, or the 
Law oblige them) and likewise that they would exhibit a full, true, 
and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and 
Credits of the said Deceased, and give in a full, true, and just 
account of their Administration of the same when they should be 
required by Law sd to do. Given under the Seal of our Office the 
Day and Year above written. 

From the original Probate Act in my possession. — F. A. C. 



48 



Pedigree 



of Oxenden. 



Elizabeth Young, ■ 
relict of John 
Sea, gent ; bur. 
at Wingham, co. 
Kent, 2 Septem- 
ber 1588. 1st 
wife. 



=Henry Oxenden of Dene, in Wingham, co.=Thomasine 
Kent, esquire (2nd son of Edward Oxenden of Sea, dau. 
Brook, co. Kent, esquire) ; mentioned in his of Vincent 
father's will 4 June 152 1 ; executor to will of Sea. 2nd 
his elder brother, William Oxenden, 23 June wife. 
1576; builder of Dene about 1584; died at 
Dene, aged 84, 1 August, bur. in Brook 
Chantry in Wingham Church 5 August 1597. 
M.I. Will dated 17 December 1596, proved 
27 August 1597. 



Edward Oxenden of Brook, esquire ; named= 
heir to his uncle, AVilliam Oxenden, 26 March 
1576; mentioned in his father's will 17 December 
1596 ; bur. at Wingham 8 December 16 17. 



Alice Fowler, sister of Thomas Fowler of 
Islington, co. Middlesex, esquire ; marr. at 
Wingham 20 January 1577 ; bur. there 
5 February 16 if. 



Mercy, bapt. 
at Wingham 
1 7 February 
157I ; marr. 
Richard Wal- 
tham, Citizen 
and Cloth 
W orker of 
London. 



Jane, bapt. at 
Wingham 1 3 
July 1580 ; 
marr. William 
Wade of Bil- 
deston, co. 
Suffolk. 



Katherine, bapt. at 
Wingham 26 Sep- 
tember 1582; marr. 
Anthony Saunders 
of Walmer Castle, 
co. Kent; both living 
2 1 December 16 18. 



Priscilla, bapt. at 
Wingham 17 January 
1 584 ; marr. William 
Lennard, Jurate of 
Dover, co. Kent ; 
marriage licence 
(Canterbury) dated 
26 November 1618. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Wingham 22 May 
1586; marr. Thomas 
Harfiete of Ash, co. 
Kent, gent ; marriage 
licence (Canterbury) 
dated 23 November 
,6,0. j 



Margaret, bapt. at 
Wingham 24 Sep- 
tember 1587 ; 
marr. in 161 3, 
William Brigham, 
M.A., Curate of 
Wingham ; mar- 
riage licence (Can- 
terbury) dated 5 
October 1609 ; 
both living 2 
June 1619. 



William Oxenden= 
of Brook, esquire 
(twin with Henry) ; 
bapt. at Wingham 
22 September 
1588; died 7 April, 
bur. at Wingham 
9 April 1657. 



=Dorothy Grove, 
dau. of Ralph 
Grove of St. 
Gregory's, Can- 
terbury, attor- 
ney ; marriage 
licence (Canter- 
bury) dated 19 
Sept. 161 3. 



Henry Oxenden= 
of Twitham, in 
Wingham, gent 
(twin with Wil- 
liam) ; bapt. at 
Wingham 2 2 Sep- 
tember 1588; bur. 
there 12 October 
1647. Will dated 
27 May 1643, 
proved 9 Novem- 
ber 1650. 



=Mary Vinall, dau. 
of . . . Vinall of 
New Romney, co. 
Kent ; marr. at 
Wingham 27 April 
1620, marriage li- 
cence (Canterbury) 
dated 2 4 April 1620, 
she then aged 30 ; 
living 27 May 1643. 



Henry Oxenden of= 
Brook, esquire ; bapt. 
at Wingham 9 Septem- 
ber 1620; mentioned 
in his father's will 27 
May 1643 ; builder of 
Brook House 1660; 
Lieut. -Colonel in the 
Trained Bands ; bur. 
at Wingham 31 De- 
cember 1694. 



=Margaret Master, 
dau. of Richard 
Master of East 
Langdon, co. 
Kent, esquire ; 
bapt. at East 
Langdon 16 Jan- 
uary i6|§ ; marr. 
28 September 
1653. 



William Oxenden, 
bapt. at Wingham 
27 May 1623; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 27 May 1643 ; 
bur. at Wingham 
9 July 1653. 



KatherineOxenden, 
living 27 May 1643. 



Mary Oxenden, bapt. at Wing- 
ham 14 June 1626; mentioned 
in her father's will 27 May 1643 '■> 
bur. at Wingham 24 October 
1643. _ 

Anne Oxenden, bapt. at Wing- 
ham 1 April 1630; mentioned 
in her father's will 27 May 1643; 
bur. at Wingham 23 September 
1650. 



49 



Elizabeth Brooker, only dau. and= 
heiress of James Brooker of Mayde- 
kin, in Barham, co. Kent ; marr. at 
Barham 22 May 1581 ; bur. at 
Wingham, co. Kent, 2 September 
1588. M.I. 1st wife. 



=Sir Henry Oxenden of Dene, in=Mary Theobald, 
Wingham, knight ; mentioned in will bur. at Wingham 
of his uncle, William Oxenden, 26 27 December 
March 1576; executor to his father's 1636. 2nd wife, 
will 27 August 1597; knighted at 
Whitehall 17 February i6oy; bur. at 
Wingham 25 May 1620. 



I 

Elizabeth Oxenden, 
bapt. at Wingham 
4 April 1585 ; bur. 
there 2 September 
1588. 



Sir James Oxenden of Dene, in Wingham,=j=Margaret Nevinson, dau. 



knight; bapt. at Wingham 28 August 1586; 
mentioned in will of his grandfather, Henry 
Oxenden, 17 December 1596; knighted at 
Whitehall 17 November 1608; died at Dene 
24 September, bur. in the Brook Chantry in 
Wingham Church 26 September 1657. M.I. 
Will dated 23 September 1657, proved 26 
January 165!, by his son, Henry Oxenden 
(P.C.C. 26 Pell). ^ 



of Thomas Nevinson 
of Eastry, co. Kent, 
esquire ; marr. at Wing- 
ham 27 September 1605; 
died in 1671, bur. at 
Wingham. M.I. 



William Oxenden 
of Brook, co. 
Kent, esquire ; 
aged 9 in 1663 ; 
admitted to 
Gray's Inn 1 o 
June 1676 ; bur. 
at Wingham 8 
February i68£. 



Margaret, aged 27, 
14 January i68f, 
date of marriage 
licence (Canter- 
bury) ; marr. John 
Benskin of Wood- 
nesborough, co. 
Kent, gent, aged 26, 
14 January i68f. 



Anne Oxen- 
den, bur. at 
Wingham 4 
Dec. 1684. 



Richard Oxenden of= 
Brook {jure uxoris) 
(5 th son of Sir Henry 
Oxenden of Dene, in 
Wingham, knight and 
baronet) ; born at Dene 
in 1652; admitted to 
Gray's Inn 17 February 
167$. 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Wingham 1 7 
Aug. 1658 ; 
marr. there 21 
Sept. 1687, 
marriage li- 
cence (Canter- 
bury) dated 16 
Sept. 1687. 



Elizabeth Oxenden, Henrietta Oxenden, bapt. Henry Oxenden, bapt. 
bapt. at Wingham at Wingham 20 March at Wingham 20 No- 

24 December 1659. i66£; bur. there 11 vember 1663; died cember 1665; died 



Richard Oxenden, bapt. 
at Wingham 22 De- 



September 1675. 



young. 



young. 



50 



Thomas Oxenden, 
mentioned in will of 
his uncle, William 
Oxenden, 26 March 



Christopher Oxenden, 
mentioned in will of 
his uncle, William 
Oxenden, 26 March 



William Oxenden, mentioned 
in will of his uncle, William 
Oxenden, 26 March 1576, 
and in his father's will 17 



1576; died before 1576; bur. at Wing- December 1596; bur. at 



27 August 1597. ham 2 July 1581. 



Wingham 12 November 1632. 



Mary, marr. Bar- 
tholomew Saunders 
of Minster, in 
Thanet, co. Kent. 

A 



Richard Oxenden of Great Maydekin, in Barham,- 
co. Kent, esquire ; born at Dene, in Wingham, 
30 July, bapt. at Wingham 4 August 1588 ; 
mentioned in will of his grandfather, Henry 
Oxenden, 17 December 1596; rebuilt Great 
Maydekin in 1620; died at Great Maydekin, 
aged 40 years, 9 months, 5 days, 20 May, bur. at 
Denton, co. Kent, 23 May 1629. M.I. Will 
dated 12 May 1629. 



Katharine Sprackling, dau. of Sir Adam 
Sprackling of St. Paul's, Canterbury, knight; 
born 19 July, bapt. at St. Lawrence, in 
Thanet, 23 July 1587; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Canterbury, n January i6o| ; named 
executrix to her husband's will 12 May 
1629; died, aged 56 years, 4 months, 
3 December 1642, bur. at Denton. M.I. 
Will dated 24 November 1642. 



Anne Peyton, dau.= 
of Sir Samuel Pey- 
ton of Knowlton, 
co. Kent, knight 
and baronet ) born 
at Knowlton 26 
May 161 2 ; marr. 
at Bekesbourne, 
co. Kent, 27 De- 
cember 1632, 
marriage licence 
(Canterbury) dated 
24 December 
1632 ; died at 
Great Maydekin, 
in Barham, 28 
August, bur. in 
chancel of the 
church at Denton 
30 August 1640. 
M.I. 1 st wife. 



=Heriry Oxenden of Barham; born 18 January, bapt. at= 
St. Paul's, Canterbury, 22 January i6of ; of Corpus 
College, Oxford, matriculated 10 November 1626, 
aged 17, B.A. 1627 ; admitted to Gray's Inn 7 June 
1632 ; named executor to his father's will 12 May 1629, 
and to his mother's will 24 
November 1642 ; Rector of 
Radnage, co. Buckingham, 
1663-70; bur. at Denton 
17 June 1670. Directions 
for will dated 4 August 1668. 
(See u Dictionary of National 
Biography? Vol. XLIIL, 
page 11.) 




^Catherine Culling, 
dau. of James 
Culling of South 
Barham ; born at 
South Barham 26 
February 162A ; 
marr. at Barham 15 
September 1642, 
marriage licence 
(Canterbury) dated 
1 2 September 
1642, she then 
aged 18 ; died in 
1698. 2nd wife. 



The above arms are engraved on two silver plates 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Catherine Oxenden, 
born at Great 
Maydekin 29 Oc- 
tober 1644. 



I 

Mary Oxenden, born 
at Great Maydekin 
17 July 1648 ; died 
1 March 164^, bur. at 
Denton. 



Anne Oxenden, born at 
Great Maydekin 4 Feb- 
ruary i6-|§; died 1 March 
following, bur. at Denton. 
M.I. 



5 1 



Catherine, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Canterbury, 28 
June 16 ro; mentioned 
in her father's will 
12 May 1629, and 
in her mother's will 
24 November 1642 ; 
administratrix to her 
brother, Adam Oxen- 
den, in September 
1648; died before 29 
April 1652. She 
marr. 24 July 1636, 
Thomas Barrow; died 
11 October 1658. 

I " 



Margaret Oxen- Rev. James Oxenden,= 
den, bapt. at Rector of Goodne- 
Barham, co. stone, co. Kent ; 
Kent, 15 June bapt. at Barham 16 
161 1. August 1612 ; men- 

tioned in his father's 
will 12 May 1629, and 
in his mother's will 
24 November 1642 ; 
died 5 September 
1660. 



=Mary, dau. and heiress of Rev. 
John Ridley, Rector of Preston, 
co. Kent, and relict of John 
Pattisonof Preston, gent; born 
2 March i6i-£ ; marr. 14 July 
1642, marriage licence (Can- 
terbury) dated 11 July 1642. 
She marr. 3rdly, as his 2nd 
wife, the Rev. Thomas Cater, 
Vicar of Ospringe, co. Kent, 
marriage licence (Canterbury) 
dated 12 November 1660; 
born in 1603; of Queen's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, M.A. 1630. 



Richard Oxenden, bapt. 
at Barham 12 Decem- 
ber 1 6 1 3 ; mentioned 
in his father's will 12 
May 1629, and in his 
mother's will 24 No- 
vember 1642; adminis- 
trator to his brother, 
Adam Oxenden, 29 
April 1652. 



James Love of= 
Preston; bapt. 
30 November 
1595 ; aged 
40, 14 January 
164^; died on 



Friday, 1 
1666. 



May 



=Elizabeth, born 2 5 January 
16 if; mentioned in her 
father's will 12 May 1629, 
and in her mother's will 
24 November 1642 ; marr. 
22 January 164I, marriage 
licence (Canterbury) dated 
14 January i64f. 



A 



Adam Oxenden of Abing- 
don, co. Berks ; born 30 
January, bapt. at Barham 
4 February i62§; men- 
tioned in his father's will 
12 May 1629, and in his 
mother's will 24 Novem- 
ber 1642; died at Oxford 
in 1643. Administrations 
granted in September 
1648, and 29 April 1652 
(P.C.C.) 



Thomas Oxenden of Nowds, in= 
Linsted, co. Kent ; born at Great 
Maydekin 11 February, bapt. at 
Barham 27 February 163!; admitted 
to Gray's Inn 23 June 1648; died in 
London 5 December 1668, bur. in 
St. George's, Southwark, co. Surrey. 
Administration granted 26 March 
1669 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Edwards, 
dau. of Fineaux 
Edwards of Nowds, 
in Linsted, esquire; 
born 4 November 
1639 ; living 26 
March 1669; bur. 
in St. George's, 
Southwark. 



John Hobart of= 
Quarrington, in 
Mersham, co. 
Kent ; bapt. at 
Hovingham 1 2 
November 1629; 
living 27 March 
1663. 



Richard Oxenden, bapt. at Barham 6 November 
1655 ; mentioned in directions for will of his 
grandfather, Henry Oxenden, 4 August 1668; 
administrator to his father's estate 26 March 1669. 



=Margaret, born 
at Maydekin, in 
Barham, 1 7 April 
1635; marr. at 
Denton, co. Kent, 
20 August 1649; 
living 27 March 
1663. 



A 



Rev. Thomas Wood, Rector= 
of Staple, co. Kent ; marr. 
2 August 1655; died 1 Feb- 
ruary 165^. Administration 
granted 18 February 165^, 
to his father, Henry Wood 
(P.C.C.) 1st husband. 



=Elizabeth, born at= 
Barham 26 May 
1636; renounced 
administration of 
her 1 st husband's 
estate 18 February 
i6 5 f 



=Andrew Smythet of 
Buckland, co. Kent; 
marr. at Denton on 
Saturday, 7 July 1666; 
died before 17 June 
1687. 2nd husband. 



Henry Oxenden, born 
at Barham 22 April, 
bapt. privately, died 
there the same day, 
bur. at Denton 23 
April 1637. M.I. 



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A Letter of Henry Oxenden of Barkam, 

co. Kent. 



Honored Madam 

When I can not enjoy the happinesse of beholding your sweete selfe 
(I humbly beeseech) you blame mee not if I earnestlie importune of you 
the picture of that divine beautie of yours in admiration of which the 
Angells stand amazed being the choicest of all the workes of him who 
made you in the likenesse of none but himselfe. Deare Madam lett mee 
conjure you by the manie houres happinesse I haue by your patience & 
permission given my selfe in beeholding & admiring the substance, freely 
to bestow uppon mee the Idea thereof, which will all the dayes of 
my life bee had in as much reverence & worship as heavens maker 
& yours will permitt & you can desire. If I must bee so miserable as 
to bee so long deprived of what you cannot but beeleiue I value above 
all earthlie things (I meane your divine selfe, I beeseech you lett itt 
not bee added to my miserie that I shall bee likewise bee denyed your 
effigies, a favour which no Prince ever yet denyed to the meanest of 
his subjects, nor I hope you will not to mee the humblest of your 
servants. You are now in a place where you may have itt taken as 
nere as art can resemble nature. Wherefore I do againe beeseech you 
as you tender my happinesse neither to deny nor defer mee this favour, 
& the rather in regard I shall esteeme itt aboue all you are able to give 
mee except your sweete societie. I haue here inclosed sent you the 
size I desire itt in, conteining the picture of him who loues honours & 
admires you aboue all that is called (& is not) God, whose highest 
degree of happinesse is in the contemplation of his & your divine 
beautie & goodnesse, & whose desires are not to bee at all or else to 
bee in his & your favour. This being the all of my request I hope & 
pray that it will not bee denyed to 

The most affectionat most reall and 
most humble of those who desire to 
seme you Hen: Oxinden. 

21 Ap: 
1648. 



The original letter is in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Deeds relating to Tuddenhajn, co. Suffolk. 



INDENTURE of Release made 21 February i68|, between Roger 
Jacson of S l Clement's Danes, co. Middlesex, gent, executor of the 
will of John Hanson, late of S l Margaret's, Lothbury, London, gent, and 
Sir Nicholas Bacon of Shrubland Hall, co. Suffolk, knight of the Bath. 

Roger Jacson grants unto Sir Nicholas Bacon, Seckford House, or 
"the Great House" in S' Mathew's, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, formerly 
occupied by John Sicklemore, esquire, deceased, and now by Sir John 
Barker, baronet. Mortgaged by John Sicklemore to John Hanson 
by indentures dated 1 and 2 May 1668, and by Hanson's will dated 
13 January 177! devised to the said Roger Jacson. 

Witnesses : Rich : Pupplett, Jun r , Aaron Kinton, Tho : Hardy. 
Signature of Roger Jacson. 



INDENTURE made 11 April 1692, between (1) George Taylor of 
Ipswich, co. Suffolk, clerk, Martha Sicklemore of the same, widow 
of John Sicklemore, late of Ipswich, esquire, Philip Bacon of 
Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, gent, and Mary his wife, daughter and heir 
of the said John Sicklemore, and (2) Thomas Grove of Clopton, co. 
Suffolk, gent. 

John Sicklemore, by indentures dated 5 October 1662, sold unto 
Elizabeth Coell of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, spinster, a 
messuage in Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, and two closes " Crack Stones," 
pastures called " Readings " and other lands bought of his brother 
Thomas Sicklemore, and in the occupation of Thomas Fillbee ; and 
afterwards by indenture dated 4 April 1669, Elizabeth Coell and 
John Sicklemore sold the same to Sir Nicholas Bacon of Shrubland, 
co. Suffolk, knight of the Bath, who by indenture dated 3 April 1679, 
sold them to Thomas Pattison of Euston Hall, co. Suffolk, gardener ; 
and again Thomas Pattison, the said Martha Sicklemore and the said 
Mary Bacon, then Mary Sicklemore, spinster, by indenture dated 
4 October, 1688, sold them to the said George Taylor. Now George 
Taylor sells the same to Thomas Grove with all rights of the said 
Martha Sicklemore and Mary Bacon unless they pay ^420 within one 
year of the present date. 

Witnesses : Mary Rollinson, Sam 1 Browne. Signatures of George 
Taylor, Martha Sicklemor, Phil : Bacon, Mary Bacon. 




Endorsed with receipts of same date, signed by Martha Sicklemore, 
Phil: Bacon, Mary Bacon, George Taylor. 

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I 



Also receipts of interest paid by Philip Bacon : 

(1) Dated 14 April 1693, signed Tho: Grove. 

(2) Dated 11 April 1694, "to the use of Mary Grove, ex x to Thomas 
Grove dec d gent," signed Sa: Rogers. 

(3) Dated 17 July 1697, "by the hands of my brother Rogers," 
signed Mary Grove. 

(4) Dated 27 May 1699, signed Mary Grove. 

(5) Dated April 1701, signed Mary Grove. 



BOND dated 11 April 1692, for the payment of £420 from Martha 
Sicklemore and Philip Bacon to Thomas Grove. 



John Sicklemore of Ipswich,= 
co. Suffolk, esquire ; living 
4 April 1669 ; died before 
21 February i68|. 



=Martha, living 
1 1 April 1692 ; 
died before 25 
March 1702. 



Thomas Sicklemore 
of Tuddenham, co. 
Suffolk. 



Mary, marr. after 4 October=Philip Bacon of=Susan, marr. before 
1688 and before 11 April Tuddenham, gent; 1 October 1701. 
1692; died s. p. 1 st wife. living 1 1 April 170 1. 2nd wife. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 1 and 2 October 1701, 
between Philip Bacon of Nacton, co. Suffolk, gent, and William 
Minter of Barham, co. Suffolk, gent. 

Philip Bacon grants to William Minter the manors of Tuddenham 
and Lowdham Hall and other lands in Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, and 
also copyhold lands held of the manor of Christ, alias Withypole 
House, to which Philip Bacon was admitted 19 October 1694, by sale 
from Hannah Walker and Edward Mayhew, executors of the will of 
Mary Fillby, and of the manor of Tuddenham Hall to which he was 
admitted 15 March 169I, and of the manors of Walthams Verdons, 
Hundlands and Abbotts in Culpho, co. Suffolk, to which he was 
admitted 29 May 1695, also lands mortgaged by him and his then wife 
Mary and her mother Martha Sicklemore to Thomas Grove, late of 
Clopton ; free from all molestation from the said Philip and Susan his 
now wife and their heirs. 

Witnesses : Rob' Bamord, Simon Blomfeild. Signature and seal of 
Phil: Bacon on lease and release. 




Endorsed with receipt for ,£1,060, signed Phil: Bacon. 

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TNDENTURE made 20 October 1701, between (1) Philip Bacon of 
A Nacton, co. Suffolk, gent, and Susan his wife, and (2) William 
Minter of Barham, co. Suffolk, gent. 

Philip and Susan Bacon agree that a fine shall be levied on the 
above mentioned lands in the Michaelmas Term next ensuing. 

Witnesses : Elizabeth Scott, Simon Blomfeild. Signatures and seal 
of Phil : Bacon, Susan Bacon. 



INDENTURE made 25 March 1702, between (1) Mary Grove of 
Ipswich, co. Suffolk, relict and executrix of the will of Thomas 
Grove, late of Clopton, gent, and Philip Bacon of Nacton, gent, and 
(2) William Minter of Barham, gent, and Balteshazzar Gardimew of 
Coddenham, co. Suffolk. 

Mary Grove assigns to Gardimew, the nominee of William Minter, 
all her interest and right in the Tuddenham estates mortgaged to her by 
Philip Bacon and his wife Mary, since deceased without heirs, and 
Martha Sicklemore also deceased. 

Witnesses : Tho : Echard, Simon Blomfeild, Elizabeth Scott. 
Signatures of Mary Grove, Phil: Bacon. 

Endorsed with receipt of ^418 15 s , signed Mary Grove. 



INDENTURE made 12 October 1702, between John Hooke of 
Orford, co. Suffolk, gent, executor of the will of Theophilus Hooke, 
late of Ipswich, clerk, and Philip Bacon of Nacton, gent. 

John Smythier, late of Ipswich, gent, obtained judgement Michaelmas 
Term, 16 Car: II., against John Sicklemore, late of Ipswich, gent, for 
^600, and by will dated 10 February i66| appointed his wife Elizabeth 
executrix, who proved his will in Hilary Term 1669, and was assigned 
a moiety of the lands of John Sicklemore in Tuddenham and Ipswich 
in payment of the debt ; he soon after died, and Martha Sicklemore 
entered on the lands in right of her jointure till she died in August 

1699. Elizabeth Smithier died without receiving satisfaction, and left 
her rights to Henry Smithier her executor, who sold them by indenture 
dated 4 February 167^ to Nicholas Kerrington of the City of London, 
merchant. He, by will dated 19 June 1787, bequeathed his rights to 
Anne Knight of Ipswich, widow, residuary legatee and executrix, who 
took upon her the execution of his will, and by indenture dated 17 May 

1700, made between (1) her and (2) Theophilus Hooke and (3) Philip 
Bacon, sold her rights under the said judgement to Theophilus Hooke. 
Theophilus Hooke died, and his will was proved by John Hooke, who 
now agrees to hold his extended rights as regards the manors of 
Tuddenham and Lowdham Hall in trust for the said William Minter. 

Witnesses : Rob 1 Barnord, Simon Blomfeild. Signatures of John 
Hooke, Phill: Bacon. 

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INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 18 and 19 July 17 15, 
between (1) William Minter of Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, gent, 
(2) Simon Dove of Bramford, co. Suffolk, gent, and Francis Coleman 
of Ipswich, goldsmith, and (3) Elizabeth Fynn of Ipswich, spinster. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between William Minter 
and Elizabeth Fynn, William Minter assigns to Simon Dove and Francis 
Coleman the manors of Tuddenham and Lowdham Hall, and lands in 
Tuddenham and Culpho, co. Suffolk, to the use of the said William 
and Elizabeth and their heirs. 

Witnesses : Lydia Merriman, Robert Clarke. Signatures of William 
Minter on lease, and of William Minter and Elizabeth Fynn on release. 



William Minter of Tuddenham, Elizabeth Fynn of Ipswich, 
co. Suffolk, gent. co. Suffolk, spinster. 




Marriage Settlements dated 19 July 17 15. 



TNDENTURE made 3 November 1718, between (1) Thomas Angier 
J- of Little Wakering, co. Essex, esquire, and Edmund Colman of Bury 
S' Edmunds, esquire, and Mary his wife, (2) Nathaniel Bacon of 
Tuddeham, gent (3) William Minter of Tuddenham, gent, and Roger 
Pratt of Riston, co. Norfolk, gent, Robert Jacob of Yaxley, co. Suffolk, 
gent, William Minter of Barham, gent, Robert Hamby of Ipswich, gent, 
and Samuel Goldsbury the younger of Ipswich, mariner. 

John Gipps of Brockley, co. Suffolk, by indenture dated 2 December 
1712, made between (1) the said Edmund and Mary Colman, (2) John 
Gipps, and (3) Benjamin Berwick of Bury S' Edmunds, baker, assigned 
by desire of Edmund and Mary Colman, land called " Micklefield " in 
Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, to Benjamin Berwick ; and by indentures 
dated 10 February 17 if, between (1) Benjamin Berwick, (2) Edmund 
and Mary Colman, and (3) Thomas Angier, the said land was 
mortgaged for ^"ioo to Thomas Angier, who now assigns it to 
Nathaniel Bacon for the sole use of William Minter of Tuddenham. 

Witnesses : Elizabeth Paine, servant to M r Angier, Sam : Nicholls, 
servant to M r Hamby, Tho : Smyth, Ro : Jacob, Elizabeth Young, 
Su: Hamby. 

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Signatures of Tho : Angier, Edm : Colman, Mary Colman, Nath : 
Bacon, Wittm Minter, Wm: Minter, Ro: Hamby, Sam 11 Goldsbury, Jn r . 



Endorsed with receipt of same date, signed Tho : Angier. 



INDENTURE made 14 September 1727, between (1) Daniel 
Eldridge of Kingston, in the borough of Portsea, co. Hants, 
bricklayer, and Honour his wife (only son and heir of Daniel Eldridge, 
late of Bricklingsea, co. Essex, bricklayer, and Judith his wife, late sister 
of Edmund Blowers of Much Bentley, co. Essex, yeoman, deceased), 
and John Blowers of Much Bentley, wheelwright (eldest son and heir 
of Edmund Blowers), and Sarah his wife, and (2) William Minter of 
Tuddenham, gent. 

Daniel Eldridge and John Blowers sell to William Minter a 
messuage and lands in Tuddenham. 

Witnesses : Ro: Hamby, W m Parsons, Ro: Hamby, Jun r . Signatures 
of Daniel Eldridge, Honour Eldridge, John Blowers, Sarah Blowers. 
Seal of Hamby. 

Endorsed with receipts of same date, signed Daniel Eldridge, John 
Blowers. 



Daniel Eldridge of Bright- 
lingsea, co. Essex, bricklayer; 
died before 14 September 
1727. 



I 

=Judith, died 
before 14 Sep- 
tember 1727. 



Daniel Eldridge=Honour, living 
of Portsea, co. 14 September 



Hants, brick- 
layer (only son) ; 
living 1 4 Sep- 
tember 1727. 



1727. 



Edmund Blowers of= 
Much Bentley, co. 
Essex, yeoman ; died 
before 14 September 
1727. 



John Blowers of=Sarah, living 
Much Bentley, 14 Septem- 
wheelwright (eldest ber 1727. 
son) ; living 14 
September 1727. 



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COPY of Court Roll of manors of Watshams Verdons Hundland, and 
Abbotts in Culpho, for court held Monday, 8 October 1739. 
William Minter, a copyhold tenant, surrendered his lands at a court held 
20 September 17 11, to the purposes of his will, and died since the last 
court; by will dated 12 October 1738, he bequeathed his copyhold lands 
to his cousin William Minter the elder, of Hemingstone, co. Suffolk, 
gent, for life, and then to his eldest son William Minter the younger. 
William Minter the elder is now admitted to the copyhold taken up by 
the said William Minter, deceased, at a court held 24 September 1702, 
on the surrender of Philip Bacon ; also William Minter the younger is 
admitted to the reversion of the said copyhold. 
Signature of John Ingham, Steward. 

{Note.) 1 November 1753 at a Court then holden, the said 
W m Minter passed a Surrender to the use of his will. 

William Minter of Hemingstone, co. Suffolk, =j= 
gent ; named heir to his cousin, William 
Minter of Tuddenham, esquire, 12 October 
1738 ; living 8 October 1739. 



William Minter (eldest son) 
living 8 October 1739. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 29 and 30 March 1753, 
between (1) William Minter of Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, gent, (2) 
Sarah Sparowe of Whersted, co. Suffolk, spinster, and (3) William 
Sparowe the elder, of Whersted, gent, and William Sparowe the 
younger, of Whersted, gent. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between himself and 
Sarah Sparowe, William Minter grants his manors of Tuddenham Hall 
and Lowdham and lands in Tuddenham to William Sparowe for the 
use of the said William and Sarah and their issue. 

Witnesses : Good : Clarke, Thos : Applewhaite. Signatures of 
Will" 1 Minter on lease, and of William Minter, Sarah Sparowe, W m 
Sparowe, William Sparowe, Jun r , on release. Seal of Applewhaite. 

William Sparowe of Whersted, co. Suffolk, 
gent j living 30 March 1753. 



William Minter of Sarah Sparowe. William Sparowe of Whersted, 
Tuddenham, gent. co. Suffolk, gent ; living 30 



Marriage Settlements dated 
30 March 1753. 

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March 1753. 



INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 13 and 14 January 1784, 
between (1) William Minter the elder, of Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, 
gent (eldest son of William Minter, late of Hemingstone, co. Suffolk, 
deceased), and his only son, William Minter the younger, (2) William 
Lyon of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex, gent, and (3) Joseph Lyon of Gray's 
Inn, gent. 

An assignment of Tuddenham Hall and Lowdham Hall, and other 
lands in Tuddenham, to AVilliam Lyon in suffer a common recovery 
at law and barr and destroy all estates tail in the same. 

Signatures of Will m Minter and W m Minter, Jun r , on lease, and of 
W 111 Lyon, Will m Minter, W m Minter, Jun r , on release. 

William Minter of Hemingstone, co. Suffolk,=j= 
gent; died before 13 January 178^. 



William Minter of Tuddenham, co.=j= 
Suffolk, gent ; living 14 January 1784. 



William Minter of Tuddenham, gent 
(only son) ; living 14 January 1784. 



WILL dated 12 June 1784, of Catherine Tong, wife of the 
Rev. William Tong of Westerfield, near Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
clerk. By indenture dated 29 May 1782, made between (1) the said 
William Tong, (2) myself, by the name of Catherine Alvis of Bury 
S l Edmunds, co. Suffolk, widow, and (3) Walter Wright of Bury, brewer, 
and the Rev. Lawrence Wright of Bury, clerk, power was given me to 
make this my will. To my sister Elizabeth, widow of John Bolton of 
the City of London, apothecary, interest of ,£100 for life, then to Jane 
Catherine Frances her grandchild. To my sister Penelope, widow of 
Rev. Gascoign Wright, £%o. To my nephew Rev. Lawrence Wright 
of Bradfield, co. Suffolk, clerk, ,£50. To my nephew Matthias Wright 
of Bury, brewer, ^50. Niece Judith Wright of Bury, spinster, ,£50. 
Niece Penelope, wife of John Fairfax of Bury, gentleman, ^100. 
Nephew Thomas Golding of Darmsden, co. Suffolk, gent, ^50. 
Niece Penelope Bolton of Bury, spinster, ^50. Niece Ann, wife of 
Robert Scott of Norton, co. Suffolk, farmer, ^50. Niece Elizabeth, 
wife of Rev. Simon Pricke of Bury, clerk, £50. To Martha, wife of 
Peter Chambers of Bury, woolcomber, £50. To William Tong, son of 
Rev. William Tong, ,£50. To Thomas Wright, son of the late Thomas 
Wright of the City of London, upholsterer, ^50. To my husband 

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Rev. William Tong ^250. My messuage, &c, in Crown Street, Bury 
S' Edmunds, to my sister Jane, wife of Michael Malfalguerat of Bury 
S c Edmunds, Doctor of Physic. Residue to my husband Rev. William 
Tong, executor with Matthias Wright. Witnesses: Corn s Collett, Charles 
Mein Haynes, Jer h Abbott. Proved 10 August 1784 by said executors. 

P.C.C. 



John Bolton of London, apothe- 
cary ; died before 1 2 June 1 7 84. 



Penelope Bolton Other 
of Ipswich ; living issue. 
12 June 1784. 



^Elizabeth, living 
12 June 1784. 



Rev. 
died 
1784 



Gascoign Wright, =j=Penelope, living 



before 12 June 



12 June 1784. 



Rev. Lawrence Matthias Wright of Bury Judith Wright of 



Wright of Brad- 
field, co. Suffolk; 
living 1 2 June 
1784. 



S l Edmunds, co. Suffolk, 
brewer; executor to will of 
his aunt, Catherine, wife of 
the Rev. William Tong, 
10 August 1784. 



Bury S l Edmunds ; 
living 1 2 June 
1784. 



Rev. William Tong of= 
Westerfield, co. Suffolk ; 
executor to his wife's will 
10 August 1784. 



Catherine, relict of . . . Alvis ; Michael Malfalguerat=Jane. 

marriage settlements dated 29 May of Bury S 1 Edmunds, 

1782. Will dated 12 June 1784, physician, 
proved 10 August 1784. 2nd wife. 



William Tong, living 
12 June 1784. 



WILL dated 5 March 1787, of William Minter of Tuddenham, co. 
Suffolk, gent. To my daughter Sarah all my lands now in my 
possession, in right of my wife Sarah, in Polstead, co. Suffolk. To my 
daughter Mary lands in Offton and Somersham, co. Suffolk. To my wife 
Sarah all my household goods, furniture, &c. Residue to my daughters 
Mary and Sarah equally. Executor Francis Brooke of Offord, co. 
Suffolk, esquire. Proved 23 August 1788 by said executor. 

P.C.C. 



William Minter of Tuddenham, co. Suffolk,=j=Sarah, living 



gent. Will dated 5 March 1787, proved 
23 August 1788. 



5 March 1787. 



Sarah Minter, living Mary Minter, living 
5 March 1787. 5 March 1787. 



T^ACULTY dated 12 January 1788, from George Sandby, D.D., Vicar- 
General of the Bishop of Norwich, to William Minter of Tuddenham, 
permitting him to sink a vault in the Tuddenham Church Yard near the 
East end of the Chancel. Enclosures (1) Letter accompanying a citation 
to appear before D r George Sandby on Saturday, 17 November 1787, 
(2) Bill of Costs for J~n 18 s io d for obtaining Faculty, dated Norwich, 
27 March 1788. 



COPY of Court Roll of manor of Christ Church, otherwise Withepole 
House, in Ipswich, for court held Friday, 8 May 1789. At a court 
held 21 September 1752, William Minter surrendered his copyhold 
lands for the use of his will ; Mary Minter is now admitted to the same 
by virtue of the will of William Minter dated 5 March 1787. 



INDENTURE made 8 October 1789, between (1) William Tong of 
Cambridge, gent, only child of William Tong, late of Westerfield, co. 
Suffolk, clerk, deceased, (2) Sarah Minter of Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, 
spinster, and (3) Francis Brooke of Ufford, co. Suffolk, esquire, and 
Mileson Edgar of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, esquire. In consideration of an 
intended marriage between him and Sarah Minter, William Tong grants 
unto Francis" Brooke and Mileson Edgar a bond of ^500 dated 24 June 
1786, due from George Drury the elder, of Claydon, co. Suffolk, clerk, 
George Drury the younger, of Tilbrook, co. Bedford, clerk, and William 
Butts of Glemsford, co. Suffolk, clerk, to his father, William Tong, who 
died 29 August 1788, in trust for the said William and Sarah and their 
issue. 

Witnesses : Lettita Sparowe, Chas. Squire, attorney at Ipswich, 
Thomas Child, clerk to M r Squire. Signatures of William Tong, 
S: Minter, Francis Brooke, Mileson Edgar. 




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INDENTURES of Lease and Release made 7 and 8 October 1789, 
between (1) William Tong, (2) Sarah Minter, one of the two 
daughters and coheirs of William Minter, late of Tuddenham, deceased, 
gent, and (3) Francis Brooke and Mileson Edgar. 

William Minter died 4 August 1788, having, by will dated 5 March 
1787, left all his lands, &c, to his daughters Sarah and Mary as 
tenants in common ; and his wife Sarah and said two daughters are now 
living. In consideration of her intended marriage with William Tong, 
Sarah Minter assigns her moiety of manors of Tuddenham and Lowdham 
Hall and other lands in Tuddenham, &c, co. Suffolk, to Francis Brooke 
and Mileson Edgar to the use of the said William and Sarah and their 
issue. 

Signatures of S. Minter, on lease, and of William Tong, S. Minter, 
Francis Brooke, Mileson Edgar, on release. Witnesses as above. 



Rev. William Tong=f= 
of Westerfield, co. 
Suffolk ; died intes- 
tate 29 August 1 788. 



William Minter of Tuddenham,=j=Sarah, living 
co. Suffolk, gent ; died 4 August 8 October 
1788. Will dated 5 March 1789. 
1787. 



William Tong of Cambridge, Sarah Minter. Mary Minter, living 
gent (only child). 8 October 1789. 



Marriage Settlements dated 8 October 1789. 



WILL dated 8 March 1794, of William Tong of Waverhill, co. 
Essex, clerk. To my wife Sarah all my lands &c. To John 
Spink of Bury S l Edmunds and Mary Minter of Tuddenham ^2,000 in 
trust for my daughter Isabella and the child my wife now bears. 
Residue to my wife, sole executrix. Witnesses : Geo. King, Thos. 
Flack, Jn° Finchman. Proved 12 November 1794, by said executrix. 



Rev. William Tong of Waverhill,=f=Sarah, executrix to 



co. Essex. Will dated 8 March 
1794, proved 12 November 1794. 



her husband's will 
12 November 1794. 



Isabella, living 
8 March 1794. 



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INDENTURE made 27 June 1801, between Sarah Tong of Ipswich, 
-L co. Suffolk, widow, and Mary Minter of Tuddenham, spinster, by 
which Sarah Tong leases to Mary Minter her moiety of Lowdham Hall 
in Tuddenham for 14 years. 

Witnesses : Jn° Peak of Ipswich, Chas. Squire. Signature of Mary 
Minter. 




WILL dated 30 June 1796, of Letitia Sparrow of Ipswich, spinster. 
To my niece Mary Minter my lands in Somersham, co. Suffolk. 
To my sister Sarah Minter ^50 and my silver plate. To my niece 
Deborah, wife of Benjamin Colchester, ^500. Residue to nieces Sarah 
Tong, widow, and Mary Minter, whom I make executrixes of this my 
will. Witnesses : James Coe, Thomas Bristoe, Chas : Squire. Proved 
24 March 1808 by Sarah Tong. P C C 

{Enclosure.) Receipt dated 4 May 1808, signed by B n Colchester 
and D : Colchester ; Deborah Colchester being daughter of Elizabeth 
Death, late sister of Letitia Sparrow. 



Letitia Sparrow of Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk. Will dated 30 June 
1796, proved 24 March 1808. 



{William) Minter. =j=Sarah, living 
30 June 1796. 



Death. 



{William) Tong,==Sarah, executrix to Mary Minter, 

died before 30 will of her aunt, living 24 March 

June 1796. Letitia Sparrow, 24 1808. 

March 1808. 



=j=Elizabeth, died 
before 30 June 
1796. 



Benjamin Col-=Dorothy, marr. 
Chester, living before 30 June 
4 May 1808. 1796; living 4 
May 1808. 



COPY of Court Roll of manors of Watshams Verdons Hundlands 
and Abbotts in Culpho, for court held Friday, 13 December 1833. 
Susannah Turner, a copyhold tenant, died since the last court, and 
Michael Turner, her eldest son, is admitted to her lands in Tuddenham, 
which she took up 17 January 1832 under the will of Mary Minter. 



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COPY of Court Roll of manor of Christ Church or Withipole House 
in Ipswich, for court held 31 January 1852. Mary Minter 8 May 
1789, surrendered land in Tuddenham to the purposes of her will; 
by will dated 24 December 1830, she devised this land to her niece 
Susannah Turner and died in 183 1. Susannah Turner died "some years 
since" intestate, and Charles Turner her youngest son and customary 
heir is admitted to the said copyhold. 



Mary Minter, died in 1831. 
Will dated 24 December 1830. 



( William Tong.)=f=(Sarah.) 



Young. ; 



=Susannah, died before 
13 December 1833. 



Michael Young, living Charles Young, living 
13 December 1833. 31 January 1852. 



From the original deeds in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Pedigree of Sicklemore. 



Thomas Sicklemore of Bramford, in Sicklemore^=Eliz: da of 
house, in Com : Suff : Portman of Ipswich, co. Suffolk ; ... Dandy, 
bur. at St. Lawrence', Ipswich, 16 February i6\^. 



John Sicklemore of Ipswich, in Com:= 
Suff: Ar: Portman of Ipswich ; bapt. at St. 
Lawrence', Ipswich, 20 October 1574; died 
9 January 164^, bur. at Tuddenham, co. 
Suffolk. M.I. Will dated 1 June 1644, 
proved in May 1645 (P.C.C. 72 Rivers). 



=Eliz : da : of Thomas Joan, bapt. at St. 
Fettiplace of Lawrence', Ips- 



in Com: Berks, & his 

Coh : Executrix to her 
husband's will in May 1645 j 
bur. at Tuddenham. 



wich, 29 January 
i57f ; married 
William Cutler 
of Ipswich. 



Richard Keble= 
of Roydon 
Hall, co. Suf- 
folk, esquire ; 
died in 1653 ; 
bur. at Tud- 
denham. M.I. 



=Mary, bapt. 17 
Nov. i6o6;marr. 
at Brandeston, 
co. Suffolk, 28 
Sept. 1623 ; mar- 
riage licence at 
Ipswich dated 
22 Sept. 1623. 



Elizabeth Sickle- 
more, bapt. 7 
November 1607 ; 
died young. 



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Thomas Sicklemore,= 
bapt. at St. Law- 
rence', Ipswich, 15 
November 1609 ; 
admitted to Gray's 
Inn 10 May 1626 ; 
living 1 June 1644. 



=Frances Whitcomb, 
dau. of Thomas 
Whitcomb of Lon- 
don, linendraper ; 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 14 
September 1638. 



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Frances, bapt. at St. Sarah, bapt. at St. Rose, bapt. at St. Margaret, bapt. at St. 



Lawrence', Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, 5 May 1577; marr. 
William Beriff of Colches- 
ter, co. Essex, esquire. 



Lawrence', Ipswich, 
22 January 157!; 
marr. Robert Senior. 



Lawrence', Ipswich, 
9 August 1 58 1 ; 
marr. John Park- 
hurst. 



Lawrence', Ipswich, 1 1 
April 1584; marr. Tho- 
mas Bewley of London, 
merchant. 



William Cardinal of=j=Susan, marr. 2ndly Tobias Blosse of Belstead, co.=j=Elizabeth, marr. 
Hadleigh, co. Suffolk ; 
living in 1620. He 
marr. istly Margery 
Fawcon, dau. of 
Thomas Fawcon of 

Hadleigh. ^ ^4 o«. junnj. /\ 



Edward Clarke, 
marriage licence at 
Ipswich dated 19 
October 1638. 



Suffolk, esquire, Portman of 
Ipswich ; died 6 January 163^, 
bur. at Belstead. M.I. Will 
proved n February 163°, by 
son, Thomas Blosse (P.C.C. 
24 Sf. John). 



at St. Lawrence', 
Ipswich, 20 Sep- 
tember 1 59 1. 



Frances Sickle- Ralph Serocold of Cherry Hinton,= 
more, bapt. 2 co. Cambridge, gent ; bur. at Cherry 
December 1609; Hinton 30 September 1668. He 
died young. marr. istly Anne Blagrave, dau. of 
Thomas Blagrave of Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex. Will dated 27 February 
165^, proved 2 November 1668 
(P.C.C. 146 Hene). /j\ 



=Martha, bapt. 5 
September 1610; 
living 1 June 
1644 ; executrix 
to her husband's 
will 2 November 
1668. 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 14 
May 16 ri ; living 
1 June 1644; marr. 
Richard Hook. 



I 

Amy Sicklemore, bapt. 
at St." Nicholas', Ips- 
wich, 24 August 1647; 
died young. 



John Sicklemore, Martha Sicklemore, bapt. 

bur. at St. Nicho- at St. Nicholas', Ipswich, 

las', Ipswich, r 10 June 1652; bur. there 

September 1655. 6 February 165!. 



Philip Sicklemore, bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Ipswich, 
2 August 1654; bur. there 
9 February 165^. 



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Anne, dau. of=Jotin Sicklemore of Ipswich,= 
Phil : Bed- Ar: Justice of the Peace 
dingfield of and Recorder of the said 
Norf: Ar: Towne 1664. Admitted to 
obiit S.p. Gray's Inn 14 October 1633 ; of 
I wife. Middle House, in St. Nicholas', 

Ipswich; M.P. for co. Suffolk 
12 July 1654 and 20 August 
1656, and for Ipswich 17 April 
1 66 1 ; recorded his pedigree in 
the "Visitation of Suffolk," 
1664; of Seckford House, in 
St. Matthew's, Ipswich. 



=Martha, da: of Nich: 
Bacon of Shrubland, 
in Com: Suff: Ar: 
2 wife. Bapt. at 
Coddenham, co. Suffolk, 
1 7 October 1 6 1 3 ; mar- 
riage settlements dated 
30 June 163 1 ; bur. at 
Tuddenham, co. Suffolk, 
20 April 1699. 



Tobias Sickle- 
more, mentioned 
in his father's 
will 1 June 1644; 
died before 20 
November 1683. 
Will dated 23 
October 1678. 



Mary, bapt. at St. Nicholas', Ipswich, 2=Philip Bacon of Tuddenham,= 
December 1656; marr. before 11 April 1692; and afterwards of Nacton, co. 
bur. at Tuddenham 20 June 1694. 1st wife. Suffolk, gent (2nd son of Sir 

Nicholas Bacon of Shrubland, 
K.B.); bapt. at Barham, co. 
Suffolk, 2 February i66f. Will 
dated 9 September 1734, proved 
at Ipswich 23 December 1734. 




=Susan, executrix 
to her husband's 
will 23 December 
1734. 2nd wife. 





Alice, marr. John 
Barker of Maries- 
ford, co. Suffolk. 



Samuel Sicklemore, 
M.D. ; bapt. 3 No- 
vember 1616; living 
1 June 1644. 



1 st wife. 



^Nicholas Sicklemore of= 
Ipswich, clothier; bapt. 
21 October 1617; bur. 
1 6 February 1 69 °. Will 
dated 20 November 
1683, proved at Ips- 
wich 23 February 169^, 
by his son, Thomas 
Sicklemore. 



=Elizabeth, widow of 
William Wigginton of 
Ipswich ; marriage 
licence at Ipswich 
dated 31 May 1675 ; 
mentioned in her 
husband's will 20 
November 1683. 



Jonathan Sickle- 
more, admitted 
to Gray's Inn 
15 March 163!; 
living 1 June 
1644. 



A 



Compiled from the " Visitation of Suffolk" 1664, the 
foregoing deeds, parish registers, drc. — F. A. C. 



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Pedigree of Minter. 



William Minter of Barham and afterwards of Tuddenham,=Elizabeth Fynn, marriage settlements, 
both co. Suffolk ; executor to his wife's will 7 March 
1 7§ % ; died, aged 85, 4 July, bur. at Tuddenham 7 July 
1738. M.I. Will dated 12 October 1738, proved at 
Ipswich 28 July 1739 by William Minter of Hemingstone, 
co. Suffolk. 



dated 19 July 17 15; died, aged 56, 
9 September, bur. at Tuddenham 
12 September 1729. M.I. Will 
dated 27 February 17 if, proved at 
Ipswich 7 March i7f§. 





William Minter of Hemingstone, co. Suffolk, and=j=Mary, bur. at 



afterwards of Tuddenham (cousin and heir of the 
above); bur. at Tuddenham 20 August 1751. Will 
dated 28 June 175 1, proved at Ipswich 29 August 1 75 1. 







Tuddenham 25 
November 1 764. 



William Minter of Tuddenham ; mentioned in=j=Sarah Sparowe, dau. of William Sparowe of 



will of William Minter 12 October 1738; died, 
aged 76, 4 August, bur. at Tuddenham 
9 August 1788. Will dated 5 March 1787, 
proved 23 August 1788 (P.C.C.) 




Wherstead, co. Suffolk ; marriage settlements 
dated 30 March 1753 ; bur. at Tuddenham 
28 July r8oo. 



.farcdi 




Sarah Minter, Rev. William Tong of Haverhill, co.= 

bapt.atTudden- Essex; of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 

ham 24 June, B.A. 1792. Will dated 8 March 

bur. there 24 1794, proved 12 November 1794 

August 1755. (P.C.C.) 




=Sarah, bapt. at Tuddenham 23 July 
1758; marr. at Tuddenham 20 Oc- 
tober 1789, marriage settlements dated 
8 October 1789; died at Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk, 4 August 1836. 




John Minter of Hemingstone, Edmund Minter, mentioned 

co. Suffolk ; mentioned in will in will of William Minter 

of William Minter 12 October 12 October 1738. 
1738; living 28 June 1751. 



Mary Minter, mentioned in will 
of William Minter 12 October 
1738; executrix to her father's 
will 29 August 1 75 1 ; living 
unmarried 23 December 1765. 



Hannah, living 28 June Elizabeth, executrix to her father's will 29 August Letitia Minter, 

1 75 1, as wife of Daniel 1751 ; marr. at Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, 13 April living 28 June 

Richer of Barham, co. 1 758, Charles Norris of Ipswich, co. Suffolk. 1 7 5 1 . 
Suffolk. 



Mary Minter, bapt. at Tuddenham, co. Rev. William Minter of John Minter, bapt. 
Suffolk, 22 February 176 1 ; died on Sunday, 30 Tuddenham • bapt. at Tud- at Tuddenham 28 
January 1831. Will dated 24 December 1830. 




denham 13 August 1762; 
of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1785, Fellow 1 July 
1786; died, aged 25, 25 
January, bur. at Tuddenham 
1 February 1787. M.I. 



October 1764; bur. 
there 24 November 
1765- 




Isabella, died, aged 20, 
21 February 181 2, bur. at 
Tuddenham. She marr. 
. . . Wratishaw. 

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Laura Tong, died, 
aged 3 months, bur. 
at Tuddenham 21 
September 1791. 



Michael Turner,= 
Major in the 1st 
Dragoons. 



=Susannah, marr. at St. 
Mary Quay, Ipswich, 21 
January 1 8 1 7 ; died, aged 
39, 17 June 1832. 



A 



Compiled from the foregoing deeds, parish 
registers, — F. A. C. 



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North Nibley, Barkely Htmdred. 



An account of the monnys Receued by the Colectors of y e parish 
of North Nibley in the Hundred of Berkely vpon thaier 
Asesment made vpon Mariges births and burials bachilors and 
widdowors from the first day of May vntil y e 25 th of March 
1696. Giune in To his Maiestys Comisioners the [blank in 
orig.~\ Taken out of the Reister. 



Mariges : 

Daniel Smyth & Marey Ridiford 
Births : 

Hanah dafter of John Cornock 
Thomas son of Nicholas Tull 
William Manders 
Richard son of James Mundy 
Marey daughter of abraham Gilings 
Daniel son of John Long senier 
Marey daughter of William Euance 
Marey daughter of Joseph Sysom . . . 
Elizabeth daughter of Joseph tiping 
William son of John Trotman 
Jane daughter of Arthur Vizar 
burials : 

Samuell Tyndall 

Elizabeth daughter of Joseph Tiping 
Thomas son of William dauis 
Margery wife of Ralf Haiward 
Elizabeth wife of Samuel Smyth 
Deborah daughter of William Workman 
Elizabeth Harris widdow 
Richard Shatford senior 
Marey wife of Peter Smyth ... 
bachilers : 

Hendrey White, bachiler 
Thomas Heth 

Joseph Smyth ... ... ... 

William Smyth, Cleris 
George Howard 
Thomas Trotman 
Timothey Purnell 
John Plumer 
Walter Joanes 
Daniell Knowles 
Richard Shotford 
James Shotford 
John Smyth 
Nathaniell Tyndall ... 
Richard Workman ... 
Moses More 
Thomas Vahin 
Joseph Tyndall 
John Tyndall 
Thomas Smyth 
Hendrey Osborn 



Mariges 
s. d, 
2 6 



Births 
s. d. 
o o 



Burials 



Bachilers 



Widdowors 



70 



bachilers : 

Joseph Cole 

John brace 

Brize Wickes 

Joseph Tyndall, Cleris 



Mariges 


Births 


Burials 


Bachilors 








o 6 








o 6 








o o 








o o 



Widdowors 



o 6 
o 6 



Collected to michlmas 1695 the sum of 



11. 
03 



s. d. 
13 00 



The Moneys Receued vpon Mariges births burials bachilers and 
widdowors from michelmas 1695 to our Ladey day 1696. 



Maried : 

Daniell Webb and Marey Joanse . . . 
Joseph Tyndall and Elizabeth 
Ralf Haiward and Hester broune . . . 
Thomas Philpot and Marey 
Births : 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Rickets 
Andrew sonn of John Carpenter 
Samuell sonn of John Long, Juner 
Thomas sonn of daniell Cornock ... 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Withers 
Bencamine son of John Saniger 
Elizabeth daughter of William Wickes 
Marey daughter of Hegis Heth 
Anne daughter of Richard Stiff 
Thomas sonn of Thomas bruton 
William sonn of John Perce 
Mabel daughter of William Cornock 
Susanah daughter of Caleb Hadley 
John sonn of daniell Webb 
William sonn of Thomas Pride 
Sarah daughter of Thomas Smyth 
Joane daughter of William Gingins 
Hanah daughter John Exold 
Joseph son of Robert Long 
Hester daughter of Ralfe Haiward 
Rebecah daughter of m r bernard duglases 
Sarah daughter of Thomas beneth 
Samuell sonn of Samuell Gibbs 
Elizabeth daughter of John Roberds 
William sonn of Isaas Turner 
Mrthah daughter of John Caston 
John dancey son John 
for y e birth of a Child of Edward Martens 

not baptised 
A Child of Isaac Turners . . . 
A Child of James Whites ... 
A Child of William Workmans 
A Child of William Selmans 
Burials : 

John son of John Lord 
Anne wife of John Smyth senier 
John Lord senior 
William Bailey 



Mariges 
2 6 
2 6 
2 6 
2 6 



Births 


Burials 


Bachilors 


2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 






2 O 








4 






4 






4 






4 





Widdowors 



7' 



Bachilers : 


Mariges 


Births 


Burials 


Bachilors 


Hendrey White 








o 6 


Thomas T-Tpf n 








o 


William ^Jmvth r^lpriQ 








o 


To^pnh Smvtn 








n ft 


CtPOfctp 1-Tciwarrl 








o ft 


Thomas Trotman 








o 6 


Timothy Purnell 








o 6 


Tnhri Plnm^T 

f 1 '1 1 1 1 -L I 11 11 1 L 1 >*• ■■■ •** • ■ < 








r> ft 


Walfpr ToanpQ 

• ' lJ-1 LL. 1 1 UillH. ii ■■■ ••• •*• ■ 










Daniell Knowles 








o 6 


Richard Shotford 








o 6 


1 CUXICO UHUCIUI \J. **• ... ... 








ft 


Tohn RmvtlS 










Nathaniell Tyndall 








o 6 


Moses More 








o 6 


Thomas Vahin 








o 6 


John Tyndall 








o 6 


Thomas Smyth 








o 6 


Widdowors : 










Brize Wickes 










Joseph Tyndall, cleris 











11. s. d. 

Colected from michelmas to our lady day ... 05 00 00 
In the whole yeare ... 08 13 00 



From the original in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Grant of A ugmentation of A rms to 
Richard Legh, 1665. 

To all and singular, as well Nobles & Gentles as others, to 
whom these presents shall come, be scene, heard, or vnderstood, 
WILLIAM DUGDALE Esquire NORROY, principall Herald and 
King of Armes of the East, West, and North parts of England, from 
the River of Trent Northward, sendeth greetinge in our Lord God 
everlasting. WHEREAS I find that William Flower Esquire somtimes 
Norroy, principall Herald and King of Armes of the North parts 
of England, beyond the River of Trent, hath under his hand and 
seale certified (as by a writeinge beareing date the Eleaventh day 
of June, in the yeare of our Lord God one Thousand five hundred 
seaventie five, and of the late Reigne of our most gratious Sovereigne 



72 



Lady Queene Elizabeth, the seaventeeth yeare) that I say, whereas 
heretofore it pleased the noble and puissant Prince Richard the 
second, of that name somtime King of England, in consideration 
of the good service that PIERS LEGH ESQUIRE, the sonne of 
Sir Robert Legh of Adlington Knight, had done, not only unto 
himselfe, but alsoe vnto the noble Prince Edward his father 
(commonly called the Blacke Prince, the flower of Chevalry) at 
sundry times, to remunerate and reward the said PIERS, with the 
free gift of the Mannor of HANLEY, to him and his heires for ever ; 
as well for that hee the said PIERS, did valiantly rere and advance 
the said Princes Banner att the batail of Cressey, to the noe little 
incouragment of the English Army ; as alsoe that hee manfully 
tooke prisoner the Count de Tranguervill a Norman, the Kings 
capitall Enemy in the same bataile ; the memory whereof, as it is 
most worthy of conservation to all posteritie, as well for y e singuler 
liberalitie of soe bountifull a Prince soe rightly bestowed vpon the 
person of one that soe well deserved; as also for the dutifull 
endeavour of soe dutifull a subject to his prince and Soveraigne : 
Soe that it moued SIR PIERS LEGH Knight, Lord of BRADLEY 
in the Countie of Lancaster, and of LIME and HANLEY in the 
Countie of Chester, whoe is lineally descended of the body of the 
said PIERS LEGH Esquier, as being the sonne and heire of 
PIERS LEGH Esquire, the sonne and heire SIR PIERS LEGH, 
Knight. Banneret, the sonne and heire of PIERS LEGH Esquire, 
the sonne and heire of S r PIERS LEGH, Knight, the sonne and 
heire of SIR PIERS LEGH Knight-Bannerett, the sonne and heire 
of the aforesaid PIERS LEGH Esquire, that tooke the said Count 
de Tranguervill prisoner ; did move him the said S r PIERS, to 
require him y e said NORROY King of Armes, for the better 
preservation of the memorie thereof to allowe vnto him and his 
posteritie, some meete signification by Armory, according to the 
auncient and laudable custome of the Law of Armes, heretofore vsed 
in the like cases. In consideration whereof, and at his instant 
request, he the said Norroy, King of Armes, by power and authoritie 
to him comitted by Letters Patents vnder the greate Seale of 
England, hath assigned, given, and granted, and by those his Lrs 
Patents did assigne, giue, and grant vnto the said SIR PIERS 
LEGH, Knight, an Escucheon or Sheilde of Augmentation sable, 
replenished with Molletts silver, therein a mans Arme bowed, holding 
in the hand a Standard silver, to be by the said SIR PIERS and 
his Posteritie and Ofspring, for ever hereafter borne and vsed, as a 
Testimony of his Auncestours good deserts, to his and their greate 
worship, in such place as he caused the same among his other 
Coates of Armes to be in the Margent thereof Depicted ; which 
significatiue Sheilde or Augmentation of Armes, he the said Norroy 
King of Armes did by y e sd Letters Patents ratine, confirme, give, 
and grant vnto the said SIR PIERS LEGH Knight, and to his 
Posteritie and Ofspring for ever, to be by him and them, at all times 
and for ever thereafter borne and vsed, in manner aforesaid, at 
his and their libertie and pleasure, without the contradiction, 
gainesayinge, inquietation, lett, trouble, molestation, vexation, or 
disturbance of any person or persons whatsoever. In Witnesse 



73 



whereof he y e sd NORROY did signe the sd Patent with his hand, 
and sett thereto the scale of his Office the day and yeare aforesaid. 
AND WHEREAS I WILLIAM DUGDALE Esq r NORROY King 
of Armes aforesaid, doe believe this attest to bee true, I doe by 
power and authoritie, to mee comitted by letters Pattents vnder the 
great seale of England, confirme, and ratine the former grant aboue 
specified, and haue assigned and by these presents doe assigne vnto 
RICHARD LEGH Esquire Lord of BRADLEY in the county of 
Lancaster, and of LIME and HANLEY in the County of Chester, 
who is lineally descended of Piers Legh Esquire, sonne of Sir Robert 
Legh of Adlington Knight, as being sonne and heire of Thomas 
Legh Doctor of Divinity, sonne and heire to Sir Peter Legh Knight, 
sonne and heire of Peter Legh Esquire, sonne and heir to the 
aforesaid Sir Piers Legh, Knight, sonne and heire of Piers Legh 
Esquire, the sonne and heire of Sir Piers Legh, Knight-Bannerett, 
the sonne and heire of Piers Legh, Esquire, the sonne and heire 
of Piers Legh, Knight, the sonne and heire of Sir Piers Legh, 
Knight-Bannerett, the sonne and heire of the aforesaid Piers Legh 
Esquire, that tooke the said Count De Tranguevill prisoner, the 
same Escucheon or Sheilde of Augmentation sable, replenished with 
Molletts silver, therein a Mans arme bowed, holding in the hand a 
Standard silver; to bee by the said RICHARD LEGH Esquire, 
and his Posteritie, for ever hereafter borne, and vsedj as a Testimony 
of his Auncestours good deserts, to his and their great worship, in 
such place as I haue caused the same among his other Coates of 
Armes to be in the Margent hereof Depicted : which significative 
Sheilde or Augmentation of Armes, I the said NORROY King 
of Armes, doe by these presents ratine & confirme vnto the said 
RICHARD LEGH Esquire, and to his Posteritie and Ofspring for 
ever, to bee by him and them att all times and for ever borne 
and vsed in manner aforesaid, at his and their libertie and pleasure, 
without the contradiction, gainesaying, inquietation, lett, trouble, 
molestation, vexation, or disturbance, of any person or persons 
whatsoever. IN WITTNES whereof, I haue signed these presents 
with my hand, and sett thereto the Seale of my Office, the Eight 
Day of April In the yeare of our Lord God One Thousand Sixe 
Hundred Sixty five, And of the Reigne of our most gratious 
Sovereigne Lord KING CHARLES the Second, the Seaventeenth. 



From the original Grant in my possession. Endorsed: 
" ii June 15 J5 by Flower, JVorroy." "i66j : Grant of 
Augmentat" of Arms to Leigh by W. Dugdale." — F. A. C. 



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Grant of Arms to Thomas Northland, 

1482. 

To alle trewe Cristen people these present ires Redinge hering 
or seeing Thomas Clarensew Principall Heraulde and kyng of Amies 
of the Southe parties of this Realme of Ingland send due and 
humble recomendacon and greting as it apparteyneth in oure Lord 
god everlasting Equite wol and Reason ordeyneth that vertuouse 
men and of noble courage be by there merites Renounned and 
Rewarded And not oonly in theire psones in this mortall liffe so 
breef and transitory but also in theire good name and fame to be 
of noble memory after theire departing out of liffe and to be in euery 
place of honour before other persones euermore Reuerenced and 
Recomendid for shewing of certaine signes and tokenes of honour 
and gentilnes to thentent that by theire ensample other psones 
may the sonner and the more enforce and and applye theyme 
theymeself to dispend theire lyves in honourable workf and vertuous 
dedf for to purchace and gete therby the Renome of Auncyen 
gentilnesse in theire ligne and posterite for euermore And therfore 
I the said King of Armes not oonly by comon Renome but also 
be myne owne knowlache and the report of manny other credeble 
and noble persones am vervily ascertayned that Thomas Northland 
of the countie of Sussex gentilman hath long contynued in vertu 
And in alle his Actes and demeanyng hath weel sadly and honourably 
guided and gouerned hymself so that he hath desrued and is right 
worthy he and his posterite to be in alle placf of worship admitted 
Renomed accompted nombred accepted and Receyued in to the 
nombre and of the company of other Auncion gentill and noble 
men ppetually frome hensforth And for remembrannce and 
consideracion of the same his gentilnes vertu and habilite by the 
Auctorite and power to myn office Annexed and Attributed I the 
said King of Armes have devised ordeigned unto and for the same 
Thorns Northland for hym and his posterite the Armys herafter 
folowying That is to say he bereth Siluer betwene iij lyonseux 
vpon a Cheveron Sable iij besauntf The creast vpon the helme 
half a lyon sable sett withynne a wrethe goold and gowlis The 
mantel Sable furved with hermyn As more playnly it appereth in 
the mergen depicte. To haue and to hold the same Armes to the 
same Thomas Northland and his Posterite theyme to vse and 
therinne to be revested at theire pleasure to theire hono peasebly 
and without challenge or interuption for eumore In wittenesse 
wherof I the said King of Armes haue signed these psentf with 
myn owne hande and sealed the same with my Seall of Auctorite at 
London the x Day of NouemBr the xxii yere of the Regne of King 
Edward the iiij th . 

Clarenceux Roy Darmes. 
From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



75 



Grant of A rms to Herbert West fating, 
1578. 

$0 alt Mtt SittptM aswell Nobles and Gentillz as others 
to whome these present^ shall come Robert Cooke Esquier alias 
Clarencieulx principall herauld and Kinge of Armes of the Sowth 
East and West partes of this Realme of England from the Riuer 
of Trent Southewardes sendith greetinge in our Lord God euerlasting 
Wfa£tfH$ aunciently from the beginning the vertuous actes of worthie 
persons haue ben comended to the world with sondrey monuementes 
and remembrances of their good deseartes Emongst the which the 
chiefest and most vsuall hathe ben the bearinge of Signes in Shildes 
called Armes which are euident demonstracons of prowes and valoir 
diuersly distributed accordinge to the quallites and desertes of the 
persons ; to thintent that such as by their vertues do shew foorthe 
the aduancement of the comon wealth, the shine of their good lyfe 
and conuersation in daily pratise of thinges worthie and comendable 
may bothe receaue due honor in their lyues and also deriue the 
same successiuely to their posteritie ; §jltttl beinge credibly informed 
not only by the reporte of sondry Gentilmen worthie of Credit, 
but also by mine oune knowledg, that Herbert Westfaling of the 
vniuersitie of Oxford Doctor of diuinitie hath longe continued in 
vertue and in all his afairs actons and doings hath so well behaued 
hym self, (to his great comendacon) that he hath well merited 
and is worthie from hencefoorth to be renoumed accepted and 
taken into the nomber and Fellowship of other auncient gentillmen, 
remembrance whereof, I the said Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes 
by power and aucthoritie vnto my office annexed and graunted 
by letters patentf vnder the great seale of England haue assigned 
geuen and graunted vnto And for the said Herbert Westfaling the 
Armes hereafter followeng UitUlgt, asur a crosse betwen fower 
Galthropes golde : ®tf haue and holde the saide Armes vnto and 
for the saide Herbert Westfaling Gentilman and his posteritie, he 
and they the same to use and enioy (according to the lawe of 
Armes) without impediment lett or interupton of any person or 
persons. witnes wherof I the said Clarencieulx Kinge of Armes 

haue sett hereunto my hand and seale of Office the first of march 
A doi 1578 and in the xxi th yere of the reigne of our Soueraigne 
Lady Quene Elizabethe. 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



76 



Grant of Arms to John IVylkynson, 151Q. 



A Tous presens et aduemr qui ces presentes Lettres verront 
ou orront Thomas Wryotesley aultrement dit Jarretiere Roy darmes 
des Anglois, et Thomas Benolt aultrement dit Clarenceaux Roy 
darmes des pties du South en cestuy Royauline dangleterre Salut 
auet humble recommandacion. Equite veult et raison ordonne 
que les hommes vertueux et de noble couraige soient p leurs merites 
et bonne renomee remunerez et non pas seulement leurs psonnes 
en ceste vie mortelle tant briefue et transitoire maiz apres eulx 
ceulx qui de leurs corps yssiront procreez soyent en toute places 
ppetuellement auec aultres renomez par certames enseignes et demon- 
strances dhonneur et de noblesse. Cestassauoir de blason affyn 
que a leur exemple aultres plus sefforcent de pseueramment vser 
leurs iours en faictz darmes et ceuures vertueuses pour acquerir 
la reno mee dancienne noblesse en leur ligne et posterite. Et pource 
nous Jarretiere Roy darmes des Anglois et Clarenceaux Roy darmes 
des pties du south dessusditz qui non pas seulement par comune 
ren5mee maiz aussi par le rapport et tesmoignage de plusieurs 
nobles hommes dignes de foy sommes pour vray aduertiz et 
infourmez que John Wylkynson aultrement dit harlyn de Londres 
gentilhome a longuement poursuy les faictz de vertu et tant en ce 
que aultres ses affaires sest porte vertueusement et honnorablement 
gouuerne tellement quil abien deseruy et est digne que doresenauant 
ppetuellement luy et sa posterite soyent en toutes places honorables 
admis renomez comptez nombrez et receupz ou nomber et en la 
compaignie des aultres anaens gentilz et nobles et homes. Et 
pour la remembrace dicelle sa bonne Renomee p vertu de lauctorite 
et pouoir annexe et attribue a nostre office de Roys darmes nous 
auons deuise ordonne et assigne audit John Wylkynson at harlyn 
pour luy et saditte posterite auecques leur difference due le blason 
en la maniere qui sensuit. Cestassauoir de gueules a vne fece 
verree au chief vne lycorne courant entre deux molettes a vne 
bordure engreslee dor. sicome la picture en la marge cy deuant 
le demonstre. A auoir et tenir pour luy et sadicte posterite et 
eulx en vser a tousioursmais. En tesmoing de ce nous Jarretiere 
Roy darmes des Anglois et Clarenceaux Roy darmes des pties du 
south dessusdit auons signees de noz mains et seellees des seaulx 
de noz armes ces presentes. ffaict et donne a londres le. iij iour 
daugust. Ian de nfe seigneur ihu crist. mil cincq Cens et xix. et 
lan du Reigne du Roy henry lhuytiesme nostre tresredoubte et 
souuerain seigneur xj. 

Th: Wr, gartier Roy darmes dez anglois. , 

p me clarenceaux Roy darmes. 



From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



77 



Grant of Arms to Joseph Hall, Bishop of 
Exeter, i6ji. 

#Wttitm# Jft SWptt$ tarn Regibus, Heraldis et officiarijs 
Armorum quam Magnatibus Nobilibus et alijs presentes Iras visuris 
vel audituris Richardus de Sco-georgio eques auratus dictus Clarenceux 
Rex Armorum partium orientalium, australium et occidentalium 
Anglie Salutem. Dignum sane et omnino necessarium censeri 
debet vt viri egregijs animi dotibus excellentes, dignitate et authoritate 
freti, et inter patriae Primores Nobilesq^ asciti, prae caeteris splendeant 
decorentur et congruis honorum signis illustrentur. Et cum ex 
antiqua et laudabili consuetudine hactenus obtentum sit vt tales 
a plebe vindicati virtutis suae symbola Armorum scilt insignia 
demonstrent ijsq^ ad suum honorem vtantur, non solum vt suae 
propriae laudi et famae prout iustum est (dum inter mortales agunt) 
consulatur, sed vt eorum merita tam faeliciter acquisita non cum 
suis personis vitisq^ fragilibus transeant et vanescant sed in posteros 
perpetua (sipossit) successione propagentur et permaneant, quibus 
ipsi similiter accensi progenitorum vestigijs inhaerendo, eorumc^ 
virtutes imitando gloriam antiquae Nobilitatis assequantur ; Alijq^ ad 
res magnas aggrediendas et facta praeclara exequenda emulo quodam 
conatu excitentur. Et cum Reverendissimus in Christo pater Dnus 
Josephus Hall sacrae Theologiae Doctor Episcopus Exoniensis (cuius 
eximia doctrina, morum suavitas, et vitas sanctitas tam insigniter 
inter omnes hominum ordines emicuerunt vt merito se nobilem 
haberi reputari acceptari, et in consortium aliorum illustrium virorum 
recipi et numerari adeptus est,) Armorum decoratione modis omnibus 
se dignum praebuit. In Honorem igitur et memoriam tantae suae 
virtutis (authoritate et potestate mihi praefato Clarenceux Regi 
Armorum Officioq^ meo concessis) Excogitaui ordinaui et assignaui 
praefato Reverendissimo patri Dfio Josepho Hall et eius de corpore 
descendentibus Scutum cum insignijs honoris prout hie inferius 
declarantur videlicit. In Clypeo nigro tria Capita canum sagacium 
argentea discerpta, auribus colore praedicto maculatis, pro Crista autem 
eiusdem formae canem ad vmbilicum e corona desultantem, prout 
in Margine praesentis paginae plane et perspicue se conspicienda 
praebent. Habendum et tenendum praefato Reverendissimo Dfio 
Josepho Hall ad eius honorem dum vixerit, et haeredibus et 
descendentibus suis temporibus futuris imperpetuum. In cuius rei 
testimonium praesenti Scripto manu mea propria signato, tam Sigillum 
meum ad Arma quam Sigillum Officij mei Regis Armorum partium 
praedictarum praesentibus est appensum. Actum Londini die 
duodecima mensis Maij Anno regni Serenissimi et potentissimi Dni 
nostri Caroli dei gratia Angliae, Scotiae, ffranciae et Hibernise Regis 
fidei Defensoris vt Septimo. Annoc^ Dni Millesimo sexcentesimo 
tricesimo primo. 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 
78 



Grant of Arms to Thomas Fletewood, 
*545- 

Omnibus et singulis proceribus Diiis ac nobilibus ad quos presentes 
littere peruenerint, Thomas Hawley ats Clarencieulx principalis 
herauldus et Rex Armoru partiu Australiu occidentalium et orientaliu 
huius Regni Anglie a Riuo Trent uersus austru salutem Nobilitati 
ure satis constare duco equitatis racionem exigere <\ homines 
uirtuosi laudabilis dispositionis sint p eoru merita honorati et 
remunerati non solum in eorii proprijs psonis dum hac caduca et 
transitoria uita fruuntur ueru etiain singuli ab eorii corporibus 
procreati sint in quolibet loco honoris honoradi et exaltandi 
demonstrando signa et exempla virtutis nobilitatis ac etiam humanitatis 
uidli Scutu cum insignijs honoris ea intencione ut p eorum exempla 
allij magis conentur uitam suam in ualidissimorum armoru actubus 
operibusck clarissimis excercere quibus et ipsis ipsorumc^ posteritati 
antique nobilitatis eximiam famam consequantur It ideo ego predictus 
Rex armoru partiu predict non solum ex diuulgata fama ueru etiam 
ex meo ceteroruq^ nobilium fidedignoru testimonio sum ueraciter 
instructus et informatus Q preclarus uir Thomas metewood de london 
generosus auditor dni Regis Comit sui palatini Cestrie et fflynt ac 
unus numerator!! cambij Cunagij et monete Dhi Regis infra Turrim 
diu in uirtute claruit et in omnibus actubus suis ita bene et discrete 
se gessit adeo ut mereatur et dignus sit in quolibet loco honoris 
admitti honorari acceptari et recipi in numeru et consortia alioru 
ueteru illustriu uirorum quo circa ob memoriam eius tante uirtutis 
ac humanitatis p auctoritatem et ptatem mihi Clarencio Regi armorum 
officio^ meo per uerba in Iris patentibus p dni Regem mihi concessis 
spalr expressa annex et attribut ordinaui et assignaui prefat Thome 
metewood Scutum cum insignijs honoris prout hie gallice declarabitur 
vidilt Dasur ung Cheueron lozenge dor et geules engraile entre 
trois plats sur chhu plat ung merlet sable porfle dor ason timbre 
sur une torse dor et dasur ung demy escuru porple tenant sa queue 
sur le dos dento son col vne chaine dor pendant sur son corps 
ayant entre ses patez une braunche de noysetez les feulez uert 
mantele geulez doble dargent comme en la marge plus amplement 
demonstre habendum et gaudendu eidem Thome et posteritati sue 
et ut ille in his ornati sint ad eoru honorem im ppetuum In cuius 
Rei testimonium sigillum meum ad arma una cum sigillo officij 
mei Regis armoru his pntibus apposui ac manu mea propria sub 
scripsi Dat primo mensis Iunij Anno Regni Regis Henrici Octaui 
dei gracia Anglie Francie et hibernie Regis fidei defensoris ac in 
terra sub xpo ecctie Anglicane et hibernice supremi Capitis trigesimo 
septimo. 

Par moy Clarencieulx, 

Roy Darmes. 



From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 
79 



Exemplification of Arms to Robert Cutler, 1612. 



To all and Singular aswell Noble gentilmen and others to whome 
these presentes shall come, William Camden Esquire alis Clarencieux 
principall herauld and Kinge of Armes, of the South East and West 
partes of this Realme of England from the Ryuer of Trent Southwardes, 
Sendeth gretting, Knowe ye that wheras by the authorety of my 
Office from the Kinges most excellent Ma tie vnder the great seale 
of England for all matters and Causes of Armes, I haue bene 
accoustomed to make declaration, and to testyfye the Shildes Coats 
of Armes, Creastes and Cognizances, Descended to gentelmen, 
eyther from their Auncitors or by deseartes, geuen to them, as 
signes and tokens of their vertue valour and faythfull seruice to 
their Prince or Contrey, eyther in warre or peace, whereby they 
should be incouraged to goe forwarde in all vertue and Noblnes, 
that they and there posteritie maye for euer be inrolled amongest 
the gentrye. In w ch respect wheras Robert Cutler of Ipswich in 
the County of Suff gent, not beinge sertayn what Coate or Cognizance 
dothe belonge to his Auncestors, hathe required me the saide 
Clarencieux Kinge of Armes to make search in the Records of 
my Office, and to sett forthe vnto him those Armes and Creast 
that he may Lawffully beare. I haue accordingly made searche 
and doe fynd that he maye lauffully beare this Coate and Creast 
followinge, That is to saie, the feilde golde three bendes sables 
a Lion rampant gules, And for his Creast vppon the healme on 
a wreathe golde and sables a demi Lion gules holdinge a Daynishe 
Axe the stafe golde the head argent, as more playnly appeareth 
depicted in the margent. Which Armes and Creast and euery 
part and parcell theirof I the saide Clarencieux Kinge of Armes, 
doe by these presentes ratifie Confirme and a lowe vnto the saide 
Robert Cutler gent and to his posteritie, with their due difference, 
he and they the same to vse beare enioye and shewe forthe at 
all tymes and for euer hereafter accordinge to the auncient Lawes of 
Armes without impediment lett or interuption of any person or 
persons. In witness whereof I the saide Clarencieux King of 
Armes haue hereunto subscribed my name and theire to put the 
seale of my Office Dated the xxj th daye of July Anno Domi 1612 
and in the 10 th yeare of the raigne of our soueraigne Lord James 
by the grace of god Kinge of greate Bryttayne ffraunce and Ierland 
Denfender of the faythe. 





From the original Grant in my possession. Endorsed: "An 
Exemplification of Arms to Rob 1 Cutler of Ipswich in 
y e County of Suff k Esq r from y e Heralds Office 21 st of 
July Anno Dom : 16/2." — F. A. C. 



80 



Certificate of Nobility to Raymund Everard, 

i68h 



Vniversis et Singulis ad quos praesentes Literae pervenerint, Nos 
Reges, Heraldi et Pursuivandi Armorum Florentissimi Regni Angliae 
Salutem Cum Nos juramento astricti, et Authoritate Regia, sub 
Magno Sigillo Angliae, muniti sumus, Genealogias Virorum Nobilium, 
una cum Armis, sive Clipeis suis Gentilitijs, in Collegio nostro 
Armorum conservare, et de eisdem, quoties rogati fuerimus, attestationem 
facere. Ad Requisitionem Raymundi Everard, Capitanei Satellitum 
Gulielmo Principi et Cardinal! de Furstembergh, in Germania, Vobis 
notum facimus, quod idem Raymondus Everard Vir Nobilis est, 
Genus suum linealiter et legitime deducens e Nobili, Illustri, et 
perantiqua. Familia Everardorum de Fetheard, in Regno Hiberniae 
Celeberrimo Quae quidem Familia Everardorum de Fetheard, diversis 
Prosapijs Illustribus ejusdem Regni Hiberniae, utpote Nobilissimae 
Stirpi Butleriorum, modo Ducum Ormoniae, et alijs dicti Regni 
Familijs praecipuis, Amnitate conjuncta est, Et Arma seu Insignia 
quae sequuntur, et quae in his Tabulis Coloribus depinguntur, rite 
et legitime portat gentc^, SciP. In Scuto Sanguineo Fasciam 
undulatam Argenteam inter tres Stellulas perforatas, ejusdem Coloris. 
Quae omnia ex Registris nostris in Collegio Heraldorum Londini 
remanentibus, alijsqj Munimentis fide dignis, Vobis pro Veritate 
perlucida et indubitata per praesentes significamus et attestamur, 
Rogantes ut praemissis Fidem debitam adhibeatis. In quorum 
testimonium Sigillum Comune Collegij Armorum praedicti praesentibus 
apponi fecimus. Datis Londini vicesimo quarto die Mensis Martij, 
Anno Regni Serenissimi et Potentissimi Monarchae Domini nostri 
Jacobi, Secundi, Dei Gratia, Angliae Scotiae, Franciae et Hiberniae 
Regis, Fidei Defensoris &c a quarto; Annoq^ Salutis 168^. 




The original Grant is in my possession, and is endorsed: 
"Ego Notarius publicus subscripius Regia Authori- 
tate admissus et uratus humilime certifico me in 
propria persona mea comparuisse et ititer fuisse 
dum Sigillum Comune Societatis Herauldorum 
p'sentibus apponeretur. In cujus Rei Testimonium 
manum meam fsentibus apposui. RICH: 
Crawley, No ius Pub cus ." — F. A. C. 



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Grant of Arms to IVilliam Kempe , 1662. 



To all and Singvlar Unto whom these presents shall com Edward 
Bysshe, Knight Clarenceux, principall Harald, and King of Armes, 
of all the South East, and West parts of the Realme of England 
from the River of Trent Southward, sendeth greeting. Wheras 
William Kempe of South Mailing in the County of Sussex gent hath 
desired me to Assigne unto him such Armes & Crest as he and 
his posterity may lawfully beare, Know ye therfore that I haue 
thought fitt to grant unto him, the Armes herafter following (that 
is to say) gules a fess ermins, betwene three garbes Or, within a 
border of the second, And for his Crest, on a helmet, and wreathe 
of his cullers, a Falcon volant ermyns, standing on a garbe Or, 
Mantles gules, doubled argent, as in the margent herof is more 
liuely depicted, All which Armes, & Crest, I the said Clarenceux 
King of Armes, by power and authority of my Office to me granted 
under the great Seale of England, doe assigne, giue & grant, unto 
the said William Kempe, and to his heires lawfully begotten obserueing 
their due differences according to the lawe of Armes for euer. In 
Witnes wherof, I haue unto thes presents fixed the Seale of my 
Office, and subscribed my name, Dated the sixt day of December 
An° DoiS 1662 And in the 14 th yeare of the Raigne of our Dread 
Soueraigne Lord Charles the 2 d by the grace of GOD King of 
England, Scotland, France & Ireland Defender of the Faith, &c. 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 


Grant of Arms to William Bens Icy and 
Robert Bens ley, 1801. 

%tS tttt ftttA £ittptttr to whom these Presents shall come 
Sir Isaac Heard Knight Garter Principal King of Arms and Thomas 
Lock Esquire Clarenceux King of Arms of the South East and 
West parts of England from the River Trent Southwards send 
Greeting Whtt'W William Bensley of the Parish of S l MaryleBone 
in the County of Middlesex Esquire one of the Directors of the 
East India Company and a Lieutenant Colonel in the Second 
Regiment of Royal East India Volunteers hath represented unto 
the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and hereditary 

82 



Marshal of England that the Arms hitherto used by him not having 
been duly Registered in the College of Arms he therefore requested 
his Grace's Warrant for our granting and assigning the said Arms 
with such distinctions as might be proper to be borne by him and 
his Descendants and by his Cousin Robert Bensley of Knightsbridge 
Esquire (only surviving Son of James Bensley Uncle of the said 
William Bensley) and his Descendants according to the Laws of 
Arms. %m\ UxWUWh as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant 
under his Hand and Seal bearing date the first day of June Instant 
authorize and direct Us to grant and assign such Armorial Ensigns 
accordingly. &noW ye tluU'CftUX that We the said GARTER and 
CLARENCEUX in pursuance of the consent of the said Earl Marshal 
and by virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to each 
of Us respectively granted under the Great Seal of Great Britain 
Have Devised and Do by these Presents grant and exemplify to 
the said William Bensley the Arms following that is to say Sable, 
on a Fess between three Mullets Erminois, a Grenade fired proper. 
And for Crest on a Wreath of the Colours a Cubit Arm proper 
in the hand a Plume of three Ostrich Feathers, the center feather 
Azure the dexter Or, the other Feather Argent, the Arm charged 
with two plain Crosses, couped in Pale, Gules, as the same are 
in the margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used 
for ever hereafter by him the said William Bensley and his Descendants 
and by his Cousin the said Robert Bensley and his Descendants 
with due and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms, 
f tt Wtt%tm whereof We the said GARTER and CLARENCEUX 
Kings of Arms have to these Presents subscribed our names and affixed 
the Seals of our several Offices this third day of June in the forty 
first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third 
by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c and in the Year of 
our LORD One thousand eight hundred and one. 





£L<<f 




From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



83 



Letters Patent for Earldom of Barrymore, 

l62\. 



teOlUSi §t\ flWtiK 3k\\\)\U frOtiC ffrancie et Hibernie 
Rex fidei Defensor &c. %VSMtpi$W$i$ Ducibus Marchionibz Comitib 9 
vicecomit Epis Baronibus Militibus prepositis liberis hominibus ac 
omnibus Officiar ministris et subditis nis quibuscunq^ ad quos psentes 
fre nfe pvenerint salutem (tfuttt precipua in principe virtus heatur 
subditor suof merita dignoscere ac vnicuiq^ pro dignitate sua candorem 
vultus et favoris sui impertire ^110^' nihil repertu fuerit honor titulis 
clarius aut eminentius quo Principes subditos suos bene merentes et 
pro rebus ante gestis remunerare et ad altiora stimulare possint et soleant 
quia et perpetuu testimoniu favoris regij et virtutis subditi futuris seculis 
pmaneat ||0# pdilectu et fidelem nrum Davidem Dominu Barry 
vicecomit Buttevant gratiose intuentes ac in eo pcipue sinceram 
affectionem suam in religione in qua omnes Progenitor suos faciles 
exsupat vna cum generis splendore possessionu amplitudine et heroice 
virtutis claritate Ac quia pd vicecomes dnus Barry ex illustrissima olim 
in Anglia psapia orivnd de antiquissimo anglican nobilitatis genere in 
hoc Regno primitus insito genus ducit Ipsecj^ et omnes Progenitores 
sui in omnibus intestinis Huius Regni sedicoibz imota animi constantia 
in fidelitate sua erga nos et Coronam nram semper steterit Horum 
intuitu pd" vicecomit ad altiores honoris titulos pmovend decrevimus 
eundemc^ stilo et titulo Comitis hereditar huius Regni insignend et 
cum Cappa honoris et Cinctura gladij ornand et appellacoe Consanguinei 
Regis honorand dignu censuimus j|nuti$ igitur quod nos intuitu 
pmissor ctcurri Davidem Dominu Barry vicecomit Buttevant favore 
psequent gratioso ac ipsuis benemerita ampliori honoris titulo 
compensare et ornare volentes in hoc Regno nro Hibernie de gra fira 
speciali ac ex cert scientia et mero motu nris de assensu et advisament 
pdilci et fidelis Consanguinei et Consilief nri Henrici Dni vicecomit 
ffalkland Deputati nri generat dicti Regni nri HiBnie Necnon secundu 
tenorem et effectum quandam trar nrar manu hra j>pria signat et 
sub signet firo geren dat apud pallaciu nrum Westmonaster tricesimo 
die Novemfcr Anno Regni nri Anglie Scotie ffrancie et HiBnie tertio 
et nunc in rotulis Cancellar fire dci Regni nri Hibernie irrotulat j)fat 
Davidem dominu Barry vicecomit Buttevaunt in Comitem de Barrymore 
in Com Corck in dco Regno nro Hibernie ereximus creavimus jJfecimus 
ac p jmtes ,p nobis hered et successor hris erigimus creamus et f^ficimus 
ipsumq^ Davidem Comit de Barrymore constitums facimus et creamus 
p jmtes Necnon eidem Davidi nomen stat titut stilu honorem et 
dignitat Comitis de Barrymore in Com Corcke in dco Regno nro 
Hibernie imposuimus dedimus et concessimus ac p nobis hered et 
successor nris imponimus damus et concedimus p jmtes cum OiBz et 
singut jmemineri progativis et imunitatibz humoi statui Comitis spectan 
sive ptih ipumq^ Davidem humSi statu gradu stilo titulo honore et 
dignitat p cinctur gladij et imposicon Cappe honoris et circuli aurei 
insignimus investimus ornamus et realiter nobilitamus p fmtes ^abeitd' 
tenend et gaudend nomen stat gradu stilu titut honor et dignitat 
Comitis de Barrymore pMcum oibus et singut pheminen honoribus 
progativis et imunitat humoi statui Comitis spectan sive ptin ffrat 



Davidi et hered masculis de corpore suo legittime pcreet et pcreand 
Et vlterius volumus ac p fmtes p nobis hered" et successor nris 
concedimus fJfat Davidi et hered mascui de corpore suo legittime 
pcreat et pcreand quod ipse fJfat David et hered" sui masculi fid 
nomen stilu gradu titut stat dignitat et honor Comit de Barrymore pd 
imppm successive vt pYert gerant et habeant et eor quilt gerat et 
Beat et p nomen Comitis de Barrymore pM successive vt ffrertur 
vocentur et nuncupentur et eor quilt vocetur et nuncupetur Et in 
omibus vt Comites dci Regni nri Hibernie teneatur tractentur et 
reputentur et eor quilibt teneatur tractetur et reputetur heantc^ teneant 

et possideant et eor quilibt heat teneat et possideat in 

pliament et public Consit nri hered et Successor nror in diet Regno nro 
HiBnie inter at Comites Regni nri HiBnie pM vt Comites pliamentof 
et publico? consilio? nror dicti Regni nri HiBnie necnon gaudeant et 
vtantur et eor quilibt successive vt fertur gaudeat et vtatur vt Comites 
dci Regni nri Hibernie p nomen Comitis de Barrymore p*d oibus 
et singut tat iuribz iurisdicon privile^ fmeminen progativis et imunitatibz 
statui Comitis dci Regni nri HiBnie in oibus rite et de iure ptifi sive 
spectaii quat et quibus ceteri Comites dicti Regni nri HiBnie ante 
hec tempa melius honorificentius et magnificentius vsi et gavisi fuer seu 
in pJsenti gaudent et vtuntur VflltttttUiS etiam ac p fmtes p nobis hered 
et successor firis damus et concedimus pYat Davidi Comiti Barry 
quod heat et hfbit has tras firas paten sub magno sigirt hiBnie debit 
modo fact et sigillat absq^ fine magno vel parvo jfrnde nobis in 
hannaper nostr vel alibi advs nfm reddend solvend seu faciend Eo 
quod expressa menco de ver valore annu aut de certitudine p^missor 
seu eor alicuius aut de at donis sive concesssion p nos vel p aliquem 
Progenitor nror eidem Davidi Comiti Barrymore antehac fact in 
ftatibus minime fact existit ^liquo statut act ordinacoe seu pvisione 
vel aliqua alia re causa vel mater quacumq^ in contra? f?missor fact 
in aliquo non obstant |jtt XCt testimoniu has tras firas fieri 

fecimus patent ©C£t£ pfrato Deputato firo generali Regni nri 
HiBnie ^J)u4 Dublin vicesimo octavo die ffebruarij Anno Regni 
firi Tertio gittg ti §Utt0. 




From the original Patent in my possession. Endorsed : 
"In Rotulo patenf Cancr 1 Hib'nie de Anno RR 
Caroli tertio f me Jacob Newman (?) CFic in officio 
magri rot." — F. A. C. 



85 



A List of Slaves. 



INDENTURE made 22 June 1796, between Thomas John Parker 
of Vere, co. Middlesex, Jamaica, now residing at Canbury House, 
co. Surrey, of the 1st part, James Craggs of Vere, esquire, Sarah 
Mackenzie of Canbury House, spinster, and James Hobbes of 
New Bond Street, co. Middlesex, banker, of the 2nd part, and 
James Bowes of St. Pancras, co. Middlesex, gent, of the 3rd part ; 
by which Thomas John Parker grants transfer to James Bowes 
his plantations called " Hillside Plantation," " Brazaletto Plantation," 
and " Chesterfield Plantation " in Vere, in the Island of Jamaica, 
in trust to raise 40,000' for Henry Parker, John Stevens Parker, 
George Mackenzie Parker and James Craggs Parker, the sons of 
Thomas John Parker and his wife Rachel Stevens. 

Signature on fold T. J. Parker. Witness : Charles Killet. 
Schedules annexed containing lists of negroe slaves. 



Schedule A. 



Hector 

Dorindas Hector 
Harry William 
Rachel 
5 Phillis 

Dago 
Robin 

Peter. 

Abbas Tom 
o Tom Fin 

William 

Hurricane 

Philip 

Robert 
5 Becks Bob 

Andrew Jameson 
Becks James 
Adam 
Plato 
o Quamina 
Blackmore 
Anthony 
John Cuffie 
Lid Adam 



25 Tames Lewin 
Duke 

Tom Drake 
Ned 
Richard 
30 Robert 
Dago 

Toney 
Quashie 

am pen 

Roger 
35 Johnny 
Quaco 
Cudjoe 
Bat 

Bossue 
40 Nickie 

Dor d Quamina 
Windsor 
Joe Mingo 

B. S. Quashie 
45 Neptune 

Phibbas Quashie 
Judys Harry 

C. P. Tom 
Jack 

86 



50 Scipio 

Tony 

Dyer 

Dickey 

Toby 
55 Charles 

C° Dorrick 

Plass's Quaco 

Benn Tom 

Plass Dorrick 
60 Flo 5 Jemmy 

Ned 

New Negroe James 

Simon 

Cubina 
65 John 

Johnny 

Cuffie 

Quashie 

Cudjoe 
70 Richard 

Cretins Quashie 

Dago 

N° Codjoe 
Michael 

75 J°e 
James 
Oxford 

Charles Noble 
Jennys John 



80 Yankie 




Charlottes Sarah 


Cuffie 




Black Bessy 


Robin 




Hary s Maria 


Quam Cubenna 


130 


May 


Morrice 




Martilla 


85 Quaw 




Finie 


Flo r Sampson 




Peters Judy 


Binder 




Wills Peggy 


Quash s Cobenna 


135 Nancys Mimba 


Phillis Sampson 




Ouaws Tudy 


90 Nero 




Dickies Iuba 


Hagars Quamina 




L s Betty 


Sar Dago 




Mimbas Sarah 


York 


140 


Tabias Maria 


Plass Joe 




Bobs Princess 


95 Edmund 




Benie 


Prancers Quashie 




Clara 


Hodge Cane 




Nancys Rose 


Plass Cudjoe 


145 


Dido 


John Curry 




Cuffies Mimba 






Moll Maria 






Rachel 






Phibes Benaba 




150 


Castina 




Kates Bess 






Mimbas Cuba 


100 Burzolla 




Amilias Princess 


Abba 




Caesars Nancy 


Grace 


155 Robins Nanny 


Susannah 




Cicily 


Tabia 




Flo 5 Nancy 


105 Hannah 




Ninna 


Peggy 




Mino 


Lucy 


160 


Dolly 


Matty 




Katey Lewis 


Salinda 




Ruthy 


no T. B. Bess 




Phibba 


Quasheba 




Madam 


Bonny 


165 Clarie 


Toms Rose 




Roses Bonny 


Ginda 




Phillis Bessy 


115 Flor Rose 




Roses Kate 


Bobs Nanny 




Little Grace 


Quaws Nanny 


170 


Moll 


Joan 




Abbas Tabia 


Cumba 




Buzz Sue 


120 C s Mary 




Phillis Joan 


A s Nanny 




Bennys Kate 


Congo Abba 




Abigail 


Tuna 


Hagar 


Chance 




Hannahs Clara 


125 Jubas Hellen 




Plass's Beniba 


Cretia 




Rose Abba 



87 



180 Chloe 

Behaviour 

Lettice 

Countess 

Sue 
185 Yariba 

Congo Betty 

Great House 

Hamlet 

Will 
190 York 

Phoebe 

Nancy 

Phillis 

Tuba 
195 Penny 

Jessy 

Sarah 

Adam 

Jenny 
200 Lucia 

Tabia 

Oliver 

Marias Sue 

Duncan 
205 Richard Brown 

Dick Knight 

George 
Mingo 
Quaco 
210 Cuffie 

fcwcc %frm& 

Jacks Mimba 
Daphne 
Quam Mimba 
Robins Maria 

215 Quaco 
Statia 



mm £t»»tt motk 

Dick 

Jemmy 

Whannah 
220 Betty 

Frank 

Cha s Harry 

Prim Quaco 

Abbas Isaac 
225 Quash s York 

Sigh 

Marian 

Charlotte 

Midwife 
230 Beneba 

ff'x$htxmtn 

Harry 

Page 

Quamina 
Dorinda 
235 Becque 

Watchmen 

Bender 

Jacky 

Yaw 

Fancy 
240 Scotland 

Old Quaw 

Tom Bull 

Black Harry 

Cuffie 
245 Pinner Robin 

Phsykie 

Hodge 

Quaw 

Glasgow 
250 Amilia 

Mintas 

3« the mx&m 

Nawko 

Choe 
Prancer 



gegtw J&mm "gum 

255 Indian Prancer 
Hired out 
Taylor Johnny 
Cubenna 



lavatitte 

Mary Smart 
Old Mimba 
260 Bob 
Nancy 

Indian Benneba 

Juby 

Venus 
265 Flora 

Quasheba 

Cicily 

Marina 

Plass 
270 Phibba 

Lucy 

Toms Cudjoe 
Tabias Joan 
Rachells Peggy 
275 Kitta 



£waH OSano, "gap 

Dympo 

Tom Bull 

Nickie 

Richmond 
280 Rowland 

John Plummer 

Bendas Dick 

Sarah's Bob 

Bettys Charles 
285 Plass's Jack 

John William 

Watt 

Chamont 

Alexander 



290 



Molly 

Abbas Joan 
Bess 
Mary 
Quasheba 



295 Dorinda 
Whannica 
Bennys Joan 
Roxana 

Chesterfield Mimba 
300 Monimia 

(&tm $attfl §01)0 

Bessys Billy 

Cretias Jack 

Lucys Cuffie 

Billy Read 
305 Warwick 

Joans George 

Pran. Cudjoe 

Simon 

Tempest 
310 I. H s Billy 

James Moco 

Roses Harry 

Cartinas Quashie 

Stepney 
315 Nannys Will 

Wildman 

Ben Butler 

i&ixU 

Polly 

Carkabo 
320 Hannah 

Dido 

Phillis 

Mimba 

Grace 
325 Kitty 

Beatrix 

Penny 

Fanny 

Pale mt&xm 

George Rodney 
330 Becks William 
John Cockburn 
J. H. Simon 
James 

Mat Montague 
Daulby 
335 Dalmot 

Bridge Water 
William 
George 
Quamina 



34° Quashie 

Andrew Blackstock 
John Thomas 
Mercury 
Chloes Peter 

345 Sarah's John 
Judies Peter 
Countess's Simon 
Mary's William 

Olives Ann 
350 Sally Rice 
Floramel 
Harriott 
Phamie 
Jenny 



355 Rosy 

Sally Florence 
Elsie Grant 
Nanny Rice 
Oliver Thomas 

360 Rosy Eves 
Nanny 

Rachel Parker 
Maria 
Castina 
365 Polly 
Phillis 

Boatswain 

Frank 

Cyrus 



370 Sharper 
Philip 
Allix 



Venus 
Hope 

375 Sucky 
Hebe 
Mopsie 
Jenny 
Nelly 

380 Molly 
Dedi 
Pamelia 
Present 

384 Jessie 



Charly 
Yawn 

Mulatto Sarah 

Trash 
5 B. Frank 
Peter 
Commie 
Johnny 
Will 

10 Hillside Peter 

Pambo Jemmy 

Sharper 

Chelsea 

Caesar 
15 Eboe Bob 

Fisher Frank 

Ninas Cuffie 

William 

Jacky 
20 Captain 

Quaco Tom 

Joe Trash 

Little Cuffie 

Whann 



Schedule B. 

25 Toby 

Hannahs Bob 

Little Frank 

Papa 

Quashie 
30 Quaw 

Baltimore 

Liverpool 

Sampson 

Prince 
35 Ned 

Billy 

Jupiter 

Romeo 

Thomas 
40 Dick 

Pompey 

Jack Caesar 



mm ta 

Goguy 
Hannah 
45 J u ba 
Kitty 
Jenny 
Fama 
Beneba 



50 Skinny 

Knights Yarrow 

Hillside Yarrow 

Lucey 

Lady 
55 Cushies Joan 

Jenny Grace 

Rachel 

Peadle 

Statia 
60 Cuba 

Joany 

Moll 

Parthenia 

Cassander 
65 Mina 

Wana 

Margaret 

Hannahs Juba 

Nunas Jenny 
70 Goguy 's Quashil 

Mary 

Jubas Phoebe 
Jubas Quasheba 
Bessy Maria 
75 Phebe 
Cicilia 
Sally 
Mimba 
Bessy Keten 



89 



80 Lady Hall 

Richards Cane 

Charles William 

Yanky 

Queen 
85 William Taylor 

Susannah 

Suckey 

Dolly 

Quamin 
90 Betty 

Gracy 

Nanny 

Thomas 

Boatswain 
95 Phillis 

Kitta 

Daphne 

John 

Leah 
100 Juno 

Hannah Petty 
Prue 

Mulatto Bessy 
Prues Sarah 
105 Lucy 

Betty 

Cushy 
Sambo Prue 



fUM &nx$t and (fltoou 

Fanny 
no Rosy 



^ritulaye* 

Mulatto Richard 

Watchman 

Matty 
George 
Yaw 
115 D. R. Bob 
Dicky 
Roger 

Cobinna 
Bristol 
120 Sammy 
Old Juba 

Aco 

Jamaica 

Charlotte 
125 Elsey 

Sarah 

John Pit 

Peter Prince 

Bathsheba 
130 Moll 

Joany's Mimba 



William Beckford 

Jack 

March 
135 Billy 

Natty 

Matty 

Robin 

Cretio 
140 Sampson 

Hodge 

Moll 

Robert Long 

William Hart 
145 Abraham 

Eleanors Matty 

Tom Brown 

Nickey 

Pindar 
150 Hannah'sQuasheba 

T. Grace's Diligence 

Margaret Princess 

Jubas Statia 

John Commie 
155 Jenny Frood 

Hamlet 

Genteel Quamin 

invalids* 

Eleanor 
Prue 
160 Sue 
Major 

Prues Grace 
Princess 
Old Cabina 
165 Prancer 



From the original Deed in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



90 



Facsimile of a Silver Snuff Box, size of original, 
top engraved with the arms of Lynch : "Three leopards 
rampant guardant. Crest: A leopard rampant guardant. 
Motto : Virtvs periculum spernit." On the bottom of 
the box is inscribed " D.D. Mater charissima in 
memoriam Patris defitncti 1721 Will" 1 Lynch of 
Lpswich in y e County of S?tffolk," and bearing the 
London Hall Mark for 17 21, and the initial F Roman 
capital. Maker, George Cooper. 

William Lynch of Lpswich, Receiver-General for 
the county of Suffolk, younger son of William Lynch 
of Ipswich, clothier, who died 5 March 165^, by his 
wife Elizabeth Searles, who died 8 September 1679, 
both buried at St. Mary Elms, Ipswich. He died 
24 July 1721, aged 64, and was buried at St. Mary 
Elms, Ipswich. ( Will dated 30 October 1718, with 
codicil dated 1 July 172 1, proved 15 August 1721. 
P.C.C. 130 Buckingham). Athaliah, his wife, died 
12 December 1722, aged 73, and was buried with her 
husband. (Will dated 28 Jtdy, with codicil dated 
j 1 November 1722, proved 8 March 172%. P.C.C. 
Richmond). They had issue (1) Elizabeth, married 
John Cornelius of Nacton, and died 21 February 173$, 
aged 32; (2) William, died 12 July 1722; (j) 
Edivard, died 29 April 1738, aged 46, leaving issue. 



92 



Faulconer Family. 



Ardingly. (Original Registers.) 
Baptisms. 

1703. Mary Falkner dau: of Richard and Mary was baptized July 11 th 

Born Oct: 5 th . 

1704. Jane Falkner dau: of Richard and Mary was baptized Feb: 4 

born April 19 th . 

1707. Anne Falkner daughter of Richard and Mary was baptized 

20 th June Born April 28 th . 

1708. Sarah Falconer dau: of Richard & Mary was baptized June 

6 th \2 d in Transcript]. 
17 15. John Folckner son of Richard & Mary was baptized May 8 th . 

1 7 15. Mary Folkner daughter of Thomas Folkner of Bolkhani and his 

wife was Baptized, aged neear 30 years. 

Marriages. 

1593. George Lindfield of this parish and Anne Fauconer of the parish 
of Chailye in the countie of Sussex were marryed the 16 th Jan. 

1601. Albert Faucner and Anne Lane were maryed 21 st Nov. 

1 701 [1700 in Transcript]. Richard Falkner and Mary Longley were 
marryed Nov: 15 th . 

1 7 16. Thomas Box and Mary Falkner were married April 5 th . 

Burials. 

1570. Edward Fauconer of Wackhurst was buryed the 25 th June. 
1708. Anne Faulconer daughter of Richard and Mary was Buryed 
Nov: 28 th [20 in Transcript]. 



(Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Baptisms. 

1779. James Hugget Son of Ann Falconer was baptized May 17 
born Ap 1 15. 

1 80 1. Edward Son of George & Elizabeth Faulkener was privately 
baptized March 8 & received into the Church ye 26 th of 
April following. 

1 80 1. Stephen Son of John & Mary Faulkener August 16 
born June 29. 

Marriages. 

William Morley and Mary Falkner both of Ardingly were 

married March 27. 
William Mitchell of Cuckfield and Sussana Falkner of Ardingly 
October 15. 

Thomas Pigott and Mary Falconer both of this Parish were 
married April 6 by Banns duly published on ye 9, 16, and 
23 March 1760. 

Charles Faulconer of ye Parish of Balcombe & Sarah Henly of 
this Parish were married April 16 by Banns duly published 
on ye 8 th 15 th and 22 nd of March 1789. 



1733- 
1735- 
1760. 

1789. 



93 



Burials. 



1704. Anne Daughter of Richard & Mary Falconer was Buryed 

Feb : 4. 

1727. Elizabeth Faulkner June 8. 

1728. Richard Faulkner was Buried May 16. 
1798. Edward Falconer May 6. Aged 10 months. 

Balcombe. (Original Registers.) 

Baptisms. 

1548. Henry Fawkenor the son of Wylliam Fawkenor & Anne his 

wyffe was christened the 19 th daye of August. 

1549. John Fawkenor was born the 8 th day of December in lawful 

marriage. 

1 56 1. Joane Fawkenor was baptized the 8 th of Dec r . 
1566. Henry Fawconer son of Edward Fawconer was baptized the 
6 th of May. 

1572. George Fawconer the son of Richard Fawconer was baptized the 
23 th of November. 

1572. Bridget Fawconer the daughter of Edward Fawconer was 

baptized 23 th of December. 
1576. Edward Fawlkenor the son of Edward Fawlkenor was baptized 

the 11 th of April. 

1578. Joane Fawlkenor dau: of Richard Fawlkenor was baptized the 

20 th of November. 

1579. William Fawconer son of Richard Fawconer was baptized the 

25 th of October. 

1580. Ellice Fawlkenor the son of Edward Fawlkenor baptized 27 th of 

March. 

1 581. Alexander Fawlkenor the son of Richard Fawlkenor baptized 

the 23 th of April. 

1582. Jane Fawlkenor the daughter of Richard Fawlkenor baptized 

the 27 th of May. 

1585. Anne Fawlkenor the daughter of Richard Fawlkenor baptized 
28 th Nov r . 

1589. Mary Fawlkenor daughter of Richard Fawlkenor baptized 22 th 
June. 

1589. Thomas Fawlkenor son of Henry Fawlkenor baptized 29 th June. 

1589. Henry Fawlkenor son of John Fawlkenor baptized 28 th October. 

1590. John Fawlconer son of John Fawlconer was baptized 21 st March. 

1591. Joane Fawlconer daughter of Henry Fawlconer baptized 

4 th July. 

1592. Timothea Fawlconer daughter of John Fawlconer baptized 

21 th September. 

1593. John Fawlconer son of Richard Fawlconer baptized 10 th July. 

1594. Anne Fawlconer the daughter of Henry Fawlconer baptized 

4 th June. 

1594. Sarah Fawlconer the daughter of John Fawlconer baptized 
16 th February. 

1596. Anne Fawlconer daughter of John Fawlconer baptized 6 th June. 

1597. Susan Fawlconer the daughter of Henry Fawlconer baptized 

i st May. 

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1598. Mary Fawlconer the daughter of John Fawlconer baptized 
16 th July. 

1600. Edward Falkener son of John Falkener baptized 28 th September. 
1603. James Falkener son of John Falkener baptized i st May. 
1608. Elizabeth Falkener daughter of John baptized the 18 th August. 
1 6 10. Mary Falkenor daughter of Stephen Falkenor was baptized 
the 28 th April. 

16 1 7. Richard Fawlkenor son of William Fawlkenor was baptized 

15 June. 

1 6 1 8. Susanna Fawlkner daughter of John Fawlkner ye younger ye 

9 th August. 

• 1620. John Fawlkenor y e son of John Fawlkenor was baptized 
26 July. 

1622. Henry Fawlkenor y e son of John Fawlkenor was baptized 

2 nd May. 

1623. Thomas Falkner y e son of John the younger of Casty bap: 

18 May. 

1624. William Fawlkner y e son of John Fawlkner of Casty bap: 

24 th November. 

1626. William Fawlkner son of John Fawlkner bap: 24 th March. 

1627. Henry Fawlknor y e son of John Fawlknor of ye yewtrees 

bap: 14 Aug. 

1628. Henry Fawlknor y e son of John Fawlknor bap: 15 th April. 

1629. Thomas Fawlknor y e son of John Fawlknor bap: 15 th April. 

1630. Edward Falkenor y e son of John Falkenor of Casty 

26 September. 

1631. John Falkenor y e son of John Falkenor baptized 25 th March. 
1633. Anna Falkenor daughter of John Falkenor baptized the 

19 th January. 

1635. Susan Faulkener y° daughter of John Faulkener baptized 
4 th of December. 

1638. Jone Faulkener y e dau: of John Faulkener bap: 17 th March. 
1640. John Falkner son of John Falkner bap: y e 4 th Feb. 
1640. Daniel Falkner son of John Falkner y e 6 th March. 

1642. George Falkner son of John Falkner y e 17 July. 

1643. Susan Falkner daughter of John Falkner y e 15 June. 

1644. Henry Falkner son of John Falkner ye last day of June. 
1644. Jane Falkner dau: of John Falkner ye 10 th February. 

1646. Charles Falkner ye son of John Falkner was bap: ye 9 th of April. 

1646. Sarah Falkner daughter of John Falkner ye 9 th March. 

1647. Sarah Falkner daughter of John Falkner was bapt: Monday 

24 th February. 

1647. Henry Faulconer son of John Faulconer was born ye 6 th March. 

1648. Mary Falkner y e daughter of John Falkner was born on 

Monday 5 th January. 
1650. Christian Falkener y e son of John Falkener was borne y e 
Thursday 23 rd January. 

1653. Elizabeth Faulconer y e dau: of John Faulconer was born 

Friday 27 May. 

1654. Anne Falconer dau: of John Falconer born y e 6 th of March. 

1655. Susan Falkener dau: of Edward Falkener baptized 25 September. 

1656. Sarah Falckenor daughter of Edward Falkner of Casty was born 

16 February. 



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1658. John Falkenor y e son of Edward Falkenor of Casty born 1 i th April. 

1659. Elizabeth Falkenor daughter of Thomas Falkenor was born y e 

25 Feb. 

1 66 1 . Margaret Falkener daughter of Thomas Falkener baptized 2 5 th May. 
1665. Walter Falkener son of Edward Falkener of Casty baptized 
14 th February. 

1668. Anne Faulcenor y e dau: of Edward Faulcenor was baptized y e 

26 th March. 

1669. Edward Faulcenor son of Edward Faulcenor of Casty baptized 

3 rd December. 

1670. Christian Falkener daughter of John Falkener ye younger ye 

12 th November. 

1 67 1. George Falkener son of Edward Falkener bap: ye 8 th June. 

1672. Susanna Falkener daughter of John Falkener y e younger ye 10 th 

April (baptized). 

1673. John Falkener son of John Falkener y e younger ye 21 st March. 

1674. Henry Falkener son of Edward Falkener of Casty y e 30 th December. 

1675. William Falkener son of John Falkener bap: y e 9 th May. 

1676. Henry Falkener son of John Falkener bap: y e 11 th June. 

1677. James Falkener son of John Falkener bap: i st July. 

1 680. Dorothy Falkener dau: of John Falkener 8 th August. 

1684. Edward Falkener the son of Henry Falkener baptized 15 th April. 

1685. Elizabeth Falkener daughter of Henry Falkener baptized 27 th 

September. 

1687. Mary Falkener daughter of Henry Falkener baptized Dec: y e 6 th . 
1689. Sarah Falkener daughter of Henry Falkner baptized 16 th June. 
169 1. Christian Falkner son of Henry Falkener was baptized 
29 th April. 

1694. Joseph Falkener son of Thomas Falkener bap: 15 April. 

1694. Joseph Falkener son of Joseph Falkener 17 Feb. 

1696. Henry Faulconer son of Joseph Faulconer baptized 3 rd October. 

1698. Margaret Faulconer dau: of Joseph Faulconer 6 th May. 

1699. Grace Faulconer dau: of Joseph Faulconer 27 Oct. 

1 701. Susanna Faulconer dau: of Joseph Faulconer 20 th November. 
1706. William Faulconer son of Walter Faulconer baptized 5 th April. 

1709. Henry son of Walter Faulconer baptized Feb: 26. 

1 7 10. Mary daughter of Henry Faulconer bapt: Jan: 28. 

1 7 10. Edward son of Edward Faulconer baptized March 24. 

1712. Henry son of Henry Faulkener bap: Feb: 14. 

17 12. Anne daughter of Henry Faulconer baptized October 23 rd . 

1 7 16. Anne daughter of Edward Faulconer baptized April 13 th . 

1 7 19. Henry son of Henry Faulconer was baptized December 22 nd . 

1739. Anne Faulkener Sept: 2 nd . 

1742, Isaac Faulconer an adult Person Bap: May 15. 

1742. Benjamin Faulconer an adult Person Bap: May 15. 

1758. Edward son of William Faulkener July 19. 

Marriages. 

1542. Thomas June & Johanna Falkenor were conjoined in marriage 

the 18 th day of January. 
1550. John Payne & Anne Fawkenor were marryed the 25 th day of 

January in the year above wrytten. 



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1577- Richard Fawconer & Annie Prior were married the 16 th June. 
1580. Nicholas Burt & Joane Fawkener were married the 8 th May. 

1588. Henry Faulkenor & Joane Brett were married the 7 th February. 
1593. John Bonnicke & Joane Faulkener were married 13 th May. 
1596. Caleb Fuller & Anne Fawlknor were married the 2 nd November. 
1599. Richard Falkener & Elizabeth Edsall were married 22 th April. 
1613. Edward Lucas & Susan Fawkenor were married 28 th August. 
1627. John Newman & Mary Falkener were married 28 th November. 
1632. Edward Harsy & Widow Falkenor were married 14 th March. 
J 635- John Faulkener & Elizabeth Payne were married 9 th December. 
1655. Henry Falckener & Elizabeth Dungat were married 22 th of May. 
1657. Thomas Falckenor & Margaret Standen were married the 25 th 

May 1657. 

1662. Nicholas Arnold & Jone Falkener were marryed y e 12 th day 
November. 

1667. Abraham Pelham & Susan Falkener were married the 17 th of 
October. 

1667. John Falkener & Anne Young were married the 26 th of 
November. 

1669. Ninian Cresy & Sarah Falkener ye 26 th Oct. 

1694. Joseph Falkener & Mary Falkener were married 7 th June. 

1694. John Jefferies & Katherine Faulconer were married 3 rd July. 

1697. John Faulconer & Annie Hole were married 16 th April. 

17 11. Henry Faulconer & Mary Marchant were married June 5. 

1 72 1. John Oliver & Margaret Faulconer married May 11. 

1737. Steph" Harbour & Catherine Faulkener Sep: 22 th . 

1770. William Newnham of Ardlingly Batchelor & Mildred Faulconer 

Spinster by license 10 th May. 
1793. George Falconer & Elizabeth Finch 24 th Sept. 

Burials. 

1549. Alice Fawkenor daughter of Roger Fawkenor was buryed the 
v day of January. 

1 559. Nicholas Fawkener was buried the 22 nd of October. 

1560. Anne Fawkener was buried the 11 th of April. 

1561. Joane Fawconer was buried the 9 th of December. 
1566. Thomas Fawconer was buried the 20 th January. 

1574. Bridget Fawconer the daughter of Edward Fawconer was buried 

the 16 th Feb. 
1576. John Fawklnor was buried 12 th of January. 

1576. Elizabeth Fawlconer was buried 20 th of Februarie (wife of 
Richard F:). 

1 5 78. Joane Fawlkenor was buried the 25 th of Nov. 

1580. Ellis Fawconer was buried 17 th of May. 

1 58 1. Alexander Falkener was buried 27 of April. 

1582. Jane Falkener was buried the 4 th of July. 

1587. Edward Faulkner was buried the 28 th of January. 

1589. Mary Faulkner was buried the 28 th of June. 
I 593- John Fawlconer was buried the 6 th of April. 
1595. Thomas Fawlconer was buried the 20 th of April. 

1 60 1. George Falkener son of Richard Falkener was buried 10 th July. 
1607. Ann Falkener was buried 12 November (the wife of Edward). 



97 



i6i3- John Fawkenor was buried 30 January. 
1 6 14. Richard Fawkenor y e 26 th Dec. 

1 61 6. Anne Fawkenor widow of Richard Fawkenor was buried 
ye 25 April. 

1623. John Falkner y e elder of Combsiter was buryed 24 th July. 

1623. Henry Falkner y e son of John Falkner of Casty was buryed 

10 th March. 

1624. Thomas Falkner was buryed 3 rd July (son of John Falkner 

of Casty). 

1625. Widow Falkner of Cuckfield buried 21 th March. 

1626. William Falkener y e son of John Falkener of Casty buryed 

24 March. 

1629. Anne Falkener ye daughter of Stephen Falkener buryed 
13 th Septr. 

1 63 1. Elizabeth Falkener ye wife of John Falkener buryed 27 March. 
1633. Mary Falkener dau: of Stephen Falkener buried 12 March. 
1 641. Daniel Falkener y e sonne of John Falkener was buried 
ye 9 th Aug. 

1644. John Falkner y e [blank in orig.~\ was buryed y e 4 th March. 
1665. Henry Falkener was buryed y e 16 th of May. 
1675. John Faulkener was buryed ye 29 th November. 
1675. Anne Faulkner y e 12 th December. 

1675. John Faulkener y e son of John Faulkener ye younger 19 th Dec r . 
1677. Christian Faulkener widd: was buried 11 th Jan. 
1 68 1. William Faulkner, young age, buried 25 th July. 

1681. John Faulkner, middle age, buried 28 th Sept. 

1682. John Faulkener son of John Faulkener, young age, buried 

6 th October. 

1682. Christian Falkener daughter of John Falkener, young age, 

buried 22 Feb. 

1683. Dorothy Falkener the wife of John Falkener buried 14 th May. 
1685. Edward Falkener was buried Dec: 20 th son of John Falkener. 
1692. Henry Falkener was buried 7 th February. 

1694. Anne Falkener widow was buried 24 th July. 
1699. Ellinor Falkener was buried 19 th August. 
1703. Edward Falkener was buryd 20 th April. 
1709. Sarah Faulcenor was buryed April 27. 
1 7 13. Thomas Faulconer was buried July 8. 

1720. George Faulconer was buried June 2 nd . 

1 72 1. Sarah Faulconer was buried November 3 rd . 
1724. Edward Faulconer was buried August 25. 
1728. John Faulconer was buried March 3 rd . 

1728. Mary Faulconer was buried April 30 th . 

1729. Walter Faulconer was buried Feb: 16 th . 

1730. M r Henry Faulconer was buried March 16 th . 
1730. William Faulconer was buried June 26 th . 
1730. John Faulconer was buried Oct: 19. 

1736. M rs Mary Faulconer October 3 rd . 

1745. Edward Faulconer buried Nov: 29 th . 

1746. Henry Faulconer buried Jan: 14 th . 
1750. Widow Faulconer Oct: 12 th . 
1754. John Faulconer April 7. 

1773. Sarah daughter of William Faulconer Aug: 13. 

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1774- William Faulconer November 2. 
1799. M rs Mary Faulkener April 27 th . 

Notes interspersed in the Registers. 

1658. Burials page torn out. Marriages none as the Magistrate 
is dead. 

1659-1661. Burials torn out. Marriages none. 

1690. Page torn out. 

Churchwardens. 

1610. John Fawlkenor. 

161 1. John Fawlkenor. 

16 1 2. William Fawlkenor. 
161 9. John Fawlkenor. 

1628. John Fawlkenor. 

1629. John Fawlkenor. 
I ^35- John Fawlkenor. 
1636. John Fawlkenor. 
1643. John Fawlkenor. 

1670. John Falkener. 

1 67 1. Edward Falkener. 
1678. Henry Falkener. 
1682. Henry Falkener. 

1686. Henry Falkener. 

1687. Henry Falkener. 
1689. Edward Falkener. 
1695. Joseph Falkener. 

Barcombe. (Original Registers.) 
Marriage. 

1 66 1. Robert King & ye widow Faulconer were marryed April ye 22. 

Burial. 

1583. The vi th day of Marche 1583 was buriede Jeone Falkner the 
wedowe of John Falkner. 

Chailey. (Original Registers.) 
Baptisms. 



1561 
1563 
1567 
1569 
1573 
1575 
iS78 
1581 

1594 



Robert ye sonne of Water Faulkener July 24. 

Jone the daughter of Gwalther Falkner Sep : 3 th . 

Anne the daughter of Water Faulk . . August 4 th . 

Alece the daughter of Water Falkener bap: August 7: 1569. 

Anne the daughter of Walter Falkener May 10. 

William the sonne of Water Falkener Sept: 18 th . 

John ye sonne of Richard Fauckener January 18 th . 

Mary the daughter of William Falkener Septem: 13 th . 

Anne the Daughter of Thomas Fawlkner Decern: i st . 



Marriage. 

1548. John Rigate and Jone Faulkener maried Novem: 18. 



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I 



Burials. 

l 53%- John ye sonne of Allen Falkoner buried December . . 
1558. . . . Fawlkner buried the 9th of January. 

1562. Robert Faulkener an infant buried July 26. 

1568. An: the daughter of Walter Faulkener August 13. 

1569. Alice Faulkener buried the 10 th day of August. 

1 58 1. Walter Faulkener buried the last day of February. 
1600. Elizabeth . . . servant to Thomas Falkener was buried 
. . September. 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1666. Elizabeth the daughter of John Folkner a. Elizabeth his wife was 
baptized May the 13 th 1666. 

1 72 1. Elizabeth daughter of John Faulkner and Elizabeth his wife 

Bap: Nou: 25. 

1722. Elizabeth daughter of John Faulkner & Elizabeth his wife Bapt: 

July 8. 

1764. Thomas Chiping Son of John & Mary Faulconer Dec: 17 th . 

Marriages. 

1613. Arthu Middleton Syen r and Ann Faulkner w: m: July I st . 
1727. Richard Peirce & Dorothy Faulkener both of Mersfield Married 
October 12. 

Burials. 
161 3. Tho: Faulkner Feb: 22. 

1616. John Faulkener of Chiltington buried December 28 th . 
1690. Daniel Son of W m Falkoner of Wevilsfield March 11. 

1723. Elizabeth daughter of John Faulkener & Elizabeth Buried 

Jan: 3. 

1769. Elizabeth Faulconer Widow Octb r 8 th . 

Cowfold. (Original Registers.) 

Baptisms. 

1700. Edward the son of George Falkner by Jane his wife was 

baptized Aprill ye 5 th . 
1 7 19. Henry the son of George Faulconer & Jane his wife May 

the 4 th . 

Note. — 17 19. Transcript signed by George Fawlconer. 

Marriages. 

1 63 1. John Parsons of the parish of Twyneha & Elizabeth Falconer 
of Cowfold widow were marryed the Nineteenth day of 
September. 

1563. John Falkner and Ann Child married 30 Jan. 

Burials. 

1 63 1. Nicholas Falconer an olde man was buryed the last day of May. 
1637, Susan Falconer was buryed the 14 th day of March 1637. 



\ 



Cuckfield. (Original Registers.) 



Baptisms. 

1600. Anne daughter of Aline Faulconer 18 May. 
1602. Edmund son of Allyn Faulconer 13 Feb. 

1602. Henry son of Henry Faulconer 19 Dec. 

1603. William son of Stephen Faulconer glover 15 May, 
1603. William son of William Faulconer 23 May. 

1605. Jone daughter of Allyn & Bettrisse Faulconer then of Ocenden 
12 Ap. 

1605. John son of Henry & Jone Faulconer then of Vently 27 Oct. 
1607. Thomizin the daughter of Edward & Margerit Faulkner of 

Bordhill was baptized the 6 th of September. 
1609. Wittm the sonn of Edward & Margaret Faukner was baptized 

the 8 th of January. 
16 1 3. William ye sonne of William Falkner bap: DecemB 22 th . 

16 18. Henry the sonne of Edward & Margaret Falconer was baptized 

the xxi th of June. 

1 6 1 9. Mary daughter of William Faulconer 9 May. 
1622. William son of William Faulconer 22 Dec. 

1634. Henry son of Edward Faulkener baptiz: October 26 th . 
1637. Elizabeth daughter of Edward & Elizabeth Falconer baptized 
March 26 th . 

1639. John Sonne of Edward & Elizabeth Faulconer bapt: 
Jannu: 26. 

1648. Anne daughter of William & Elizabeth Faulconer 10 Dec. 
1663. Mary daughter of John & Mary Faulconer 2 June. 
1666. Ann daughter of John & Mary Faulconer 19 Feb. 
1669. Mary the Daughter of John & Mary Faulckoner was baptized 
June y e 29 th . 

1762. Mary D: of William & Mary Falkner August 13. 

1768. Mary of John & Mary Faulconer Jan: 29. 

1769. John son of John & Mary Faulconer privately baptized 19 th Feb: 

adm d to Church 9 Ap: 1769. 

1 77 1. William son of Richard & Hannah Faulconer Feb: 6 th . 

1772. Samuel son of Richard & Hannah Faulconer Aug: 9 th . 
1775. Jenny daughter of Richard & Hannah Faulkener July 30. 
1777. George son of Richard & Hannah Faulconer Aug: 3 d . 

1780. Sarah Daughter of Richard & Hannah Faulconer May 21. 

1 781. James son of Richard & Hannah Faulconer July 8 th . 
1785. James son of Richard & Hannah Faulkner April 24 th . 

'»'■ J El!Sbe«h} ™» { <£: } of 'm") ™co„er March x 3 . 

1793. William son of John & Mary Falconer June 23. 

1795. Mely daur: of John & Mary Falconer August 30. 

1797. Edward son of John & Mary Falconer September 17. 

1797. Charles son of William & Lydia Falconer Dec: 3. 

1808. Henry son of William & Lydia Falconer July 24. 

18 10. Thomas son of William & Lydia Faulkener June 3. 

181 2. Lydia daughter of William & Lydia Faulconer . . Oct: 181 2. 



101 



Marriages. 



1599. Allin Faulconer & Betteris Parson 4 Feb. 

1 606. Job Payne too marie Fawkner was maried the 15 of September. 
161 5. William Faulkner & Elizabeth Chaloner Gent: were married the 
27 th of July. 

1638. John Rodley & Mary Faulconer Married November y e first. 
1654. Edward Faulconer of Balcombe & Sarah Burt daughter to 

Walter Burt of Cuckfield Tanner, 1 1 Ap. 
1659. John Faulconer & Mary Comport marr d at Slaugham 26 Jan. 
1 741. John Skinner & Elizabeth Faulconer 7 May. 
1744. John Chinner & Eliz: Falkner May 7 th . 

1766. Thomas Packham of Hurstpierpoint & Mary Falkner of 

Cuckfield by Banns April 10. 

1767. John Faulconer & Mary Smith by Banns Dec: 25. 

1770. Richard Faulconer bachelor & Hannah White spinster by Banns 
October 14 th . 

Burials. 

1603. William Faulconer, a child, son of Stephen Faulconer the 
glover 9 Sep. 

1632. William Faulkoner, Overseer buried June 13. 
1650. William Faulconer 15 Ap. 

1666. Elizabeth daughter of Richard & Frances Faulconer 9 May. 
1668. Richard Faulconer 5 April. 
1673. Frances widow of Richard Faulconer 24 Nov. 
1694. Anne Falconer maid Servant of John Falconer of y c Bridge 
Farmer Sept: 21. 

1703. John Faulconer of this pish Farmer Decemb: 30 Affid: ye 
same day. 

17 1 1. Edw: Faulknor Ap: 11 an infant. 

1720. Jane Faulconer Jan: 26 widow. 

1758. Elizabeth Faulconer 26 Oct. 

1767. Ann Faulconer June 20 infant, base born. 

1 78 1. James son of Richard & Hannah Faulconer Oct: 10. 

1 79 1. Mary Falconer Feb: 28. 

1796. John Faulconer November 9 aged 82. 

181 1. Edward Faulkener son of John Faulkener aged 7 years 
Aug. 1. 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1738. John Son of John & Mary Falkener Dec: 31. 
1 741. Rich d son of John & Mary Falckner August 9 th . 

Marriages. 

1706. Walter Faulconer of Baulkcombe & Elizabeth Plaw of this 
parish April 22. 

1708. Edw: Faulconer of Balcombe & Sarah Green Widow by 

Ly cense Octobr 19. 
1 73 1. Tho: Howard of Ditchling & Eliz: Fauckconer of Wivilsfield 

August 3. 

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1736. Thomas Valentine & Ann Faulkner April 27. 

1738. John Falkner & Mary Purvey April 13. 

1 795. William Anscombe & Jone Falconer by Banns January 24. 

1800. Samuel Faulkner & Hannah Mitchell by Banns October 19 th . 

Burials. 

17 1 1. Sarah Wife of Edward Falconer wid: &c March 30. 

17 1 1. Edward Son of Ed: Falconer Infant reed: affid' 3 Ap. 

1720. Richard Folkener youman January 31. 

In 1625 transcript signed William Faukner his W marke. 

In 1674 transcript signed John Falconer. 

In 1704 transcript signed John Faulconer. 

Ditchling. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Burials. 

1627. John Faulkener was buried July 11. 

1 7 13. Anne wife of William Falconer of Cuckfield Buried April ye 26 th . 
Affidavit made ye 28 th . 

Fletching. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1628. Anne daughter of John Fawckner bapt: May 18 th . 

1629. John sonne of John Fawcknor bapt: May 10 th . 
1629. Joane Daughter of John Fawkner Baptized Maie 30 th . 

1665. Robert the son of John Falconer by Jane his wife Bapt: 
Novem: 8. 

1667-68. John the son of John Falconer and of Jane his wife Bapt: 
Nov: 10 th . 

1670. Richard the son of John Falconer and of Jane his wife Bapt: 
April the 17 th . 

1676. Mary the daughter of . . . Fa wconer Bapt: Ju: 25 th . 

1 7 2 1 . Robt : y e son of Jn° Faulkner & of Eliz : his Wife Bapt : April 30 th . 

1723. John the son of John Falconer and of Elizabeth his wife 

Baptized October 28 th . 
1725. Elizabeth the daughter of John Falconer and of Elizabeth his 

wife Baptized Jan: 24. 
1728. Richard y e Son of John Faulkner & Eliz: his wife June 30 th . 
1732. Mary the Daughter of John Foakner & Elizabeth his wife 

June y e 16. 

1760. John y e son of John & Elizabeth Faulkner March 23. 

1760. Philadelphia y e daughter of John & Elizabeth Falconer 15 June. 

1 76 1. Rich d Son of John & Eliz: Falconer Oct: 4. 

1764. Ann y e Daughter of John and Elizabeth Falconer 28 th April. 
1778. George the Natural Son of Mary Falconer Nov: 29. 
1808. George Son of George & Mary Faalkner Mar: 19. 

Marriages. 

1628. Abraham Parker & v\nne Fawckner Octob : 13. 
1639. Thomas Fawlknor & Joane Verroll October 15. 
1676. Thomas Cooper jun r & Elizabeth Falconer Marr: Aprill 28. 

io 3 



1720. Jno: Faulkoner and Eliz: Langridge both of Fletching Married 
May y e 26 th . 

1744. Robert Falconer of ye Parish of Maresfield & Katherine Cole of 
this parish 30 March. 

1764. Henry Holmes of this Parish Widower and Elizabeth Faulkner 
Spinster of the Parish of West Hoathly were married in this 
Church by Banns this Second day of February in y e yeare 
of our Lord 1764 in y e presence of Tho: Gasson &c. 

1 77 1. Daniel Falconer of the Parish of Lindfield & Sarah Watson 
of this Parish by Banns Jan : 17. Witnesses : Rich d Falconer 
W m Guilham. 

1778. George Ellis & Mary Falconer Both of this Parish by Banns 
16 Dec r . 

1787. Henry Gurr & Philadelphia Faulkener Dec: 25. 

Burials. 

1627. John Fawckner bur: March 12 th . 

1628. Anne Fawckner bur: Mar: 30. 

1682. Jane ye wife of John Falconer Feb: 10. 

1685. John Falcon r a poor man May 20. 

1731. Rob' Faulkner Bur: in Woollen only Apr: 26. 

1734. John Falconer Dec: 8. 

1799. Richard Faalkner Feb^ 3. 

1811-12. John Faalkner Nov: 24. 39. 

Grinstead, East. (Original Registers.) 

Baptisms. 
Agnes Fawkner March 4. 
Robert son of Stephen Fawkner Dec: 26. 
Eliz' Fawkner March 10. 

Marriages. 

1575/ . . . . and Marie Faulkner. 

1583. John Borden and Eliz 1 Fawkener Nov: 4. 

1624. John Faulkner & Eliz 1 Blundell October 4. 

1633. Lancelot Fawlkner & Joane Drewe Feb: 25. 
1647. Hen: Faulconer & Mary Jaquis (?) March 6. 
1652. John Lee & Mary Faulconer Nov: 2. 

Burials. 

The first day of January Thomas Fawkner. 
Ursula (?) Fawkner Nov: 22. 
Mercy d: of Stephen Fawlkner June 16. 
Robert s: of Stephen Fawlkner Feb: n. 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1634. Mary Falkner May 4. 

1634. Joane Falkner December 3. 

1635. Agnis Falkner November 23. 

1636. Elizabeth Falkner August 24. 

1 04 



1564. 

1579- 
1581. 



1578. 
1585- 
1587- 
I587- 



1676. 
1700, 
1701, 
1733' 
1735' 
1744- 
i75 2 ' 
1755' 
1756. 



i6i6. 
1627. 
1677, 
1685. 
1694. 
1698. 
1709, 

1752. 



161 r, 
1612, 
1615. 
1617. 
1632. 
1633 

i635' 
1672. 

1673. 
1683, 
1703. 

i73 6 
1744. 
1749. 



Sara dau: of Thos: and Margrett Faulcknor April 13. 
Benjamin son of Benjamin & Judith Faulconer No: 8. 
Mary D: of Ben: & Judith Falconer March 29. 
Eliz: D: of Henry & Amy Faulconer November 24 th . 
Lidia D : of Henry & Amey Faulconer November 8 th . 
Rebeccah D: of Henry Faulconer & Amey his wife Jan y 23. 
John son of John & Ann Falconer March 18. 
Phcebe Daughter of John & Sussanna Falconer October 18. 
Hezekiah Son of John & Ann Falconer October 31. 



Robert Drewe & Joane Faulkner Januar: 20. 

Thomas Ellis & Dorothy Falkner Jan: 19 day. 

Thomas Fawkner & Katharin Monk Sept: ye 21. 

William Pettet & Margrett Faulkner maried February ye 9 th . 

Aprill ye 8 th Edward Turnor (?) & Mary Faulconer. 

Benjamin Faulconer & Judith page No: 8. 

John Winn & Susan Faulconer of Balcombe June 26. 



Steven Fackner Jann : ye 2. 

Susan Faulkner &c. July 1. 

Agnes Falkner Sep : viii. 

petter Falkner november xix dy. 

Joane Falkenor June 30. 

henry Falkner October 29. 

Agnis Falkner December 25. 

henry Falkner februay 29. 

Tho : Faulckner a son unbaptize Dec : 4. 

Mary y e wife of Henry Faulckner May 14. 

Henry Faulkner an Aged man September 3 rd . 

Mary Faulconer a Child July 25. 

M r Benjamin Faulconer Feb: 28. 

M rs Faulconer Dec: 15. 

M r Benjamin Faulconer Dec: n. 
1 transcript signed Henrie Faulkner as Churchwarden. 
7 and 1708 transcript signed Ben: Faulconer as Churchwarden. 

Grinstead, West. (Original Registers.) 

Baptism. 

Jane Fawckner daughter of Johanna Fawckner (meritricis) was 
Baptized April 2 nd 1605. 

Hamsey. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Marriage. 

John Michell & Mary Faulconer both of Cuckfield were Married 
September 27. 




105 



Hartfield. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 



Baptism. 

1750. William son of Henry & Amy Faulkener July 10. 

Marriages. 

1 701. Richard Pinnion & Bridget Falkner of Frant Married September 
ye 25. 

1776. Moses Falkner of Horsted Kaynes & Elizabeth Shoebridge of 
this Parish April 16 th by Banns published the 11 th the 18 th 
& 25 th of February 1776. 

Henfield. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

John son of John & Ann Faulkener was privately baptized 

Nov: 17 Rec d into the Church April 24 th 1805. 
Mary daughter of John & Ann Faulconer was baptized 

Feb r y 18 th born Jan f y 12. 
Robert Hoffman son of Robert Hoffman Faulconer & of Sarah 
his wife born 27 th Oct r privately baptized 13 th Nov r & 
received into ye Church. [Transcript faded]. 

Marriages. 

1767. Robert Hoffman of this parish Esq re & Ann Faulconer of the 
same Spinster were married the 26 th day of January. 
By Licence. 

Hoathly, West. (Original Registers.) 

Baptisms. 

1,645. John son of M r John and Susannah Faulconer Jan: 5. 
1649. Mary D: of John & Susannah Faulconer May 20. 
1 65 1. William Son of John and Susannah Faulconer March 14. 
1654. William Son of John & Susannah Falconer March 29. 
1659. Valentine Son of Henry & Anne Faulconer Feb: 14. 
1 66 1. Robert Son of John & Susannah Faulconer Feb: 15. 
i66t. Edward Son of Henry & Anne Falconer April 4. 
1665. Benjamin Son of Henry & Anne Faulconer Sep: 4. 
1668. Mary D: of Henry & Anne Falconer March 23. 
1732. Anne D: of M r John & Elizabeth Falconer Oct: 11 th . 
1734. Benjamin Son of M 1 ' John & Elizabeth Faulconer May 28. 
1737. John Son of M r John & Elizabeth Faulconer June 8. 
1740. Edward S: of M r John & Elizabeth Faulconer April 16. 
1742. George Son of M r John & Elizabeth Faulconer July 30. 
1744. George S: of M r John & Elizabeth Faulconer Oct: 9. 
1747. Stephen S: of M 1 ' John & Eliza: Faulconer Oct: 20. 
1 75 1. William Son of John & Elizabeth Faulconer Aug: 24. Born 
Aug: 7. 

1 76 1. Mary D: of Eliza: Faulconer June 21. 

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1804. 
1805. 
1810. 



Marriages. 



1679. Robert Payne & Sarah Faulconer Sep: 16. 
1679. Alexander Luxford & Anne Faulconer Dec: 25. 
1689. William Hamlin & Anne Faulconer Dec: 3. 
1731. M r John Faulconer & M rs Elizabeth Sawyer Aug: 31. 
1776. W: Faulconer of Plumpton Singleman & Eliz: Broke of West 
Hoathly 23 Dec. 



1645 
1659 
1661 
1676 
1681 
1682 

1696 
1697 

1 702 
1727 
1742 
1746 
1749 

1749 

1754 
1760 

1773 
1779 
1780 

178S 
1793 
1795 
1796 
1804 



Burials. 

Elizabeth wife of Henry Faulconer Esq: Oct: 21. 

John Faulconer's child stillborn Feb: 22. 

Edward Faulconer May 17. 

Henry Faulconer middle aged May 31. 

John Faulconer agged June 16. 

Henry Faulconer young [son of Henry 6° Elizabeth in transcript] 
April 21. 

Henery Faulconer an yeoman March 13 [aged in transcript]. 
Mary Faulcon r (sic) widow & aged was buried Feb r n 

[ poor in transcript]. 
Elizabeth Faulconer a widow and aged April 22. 
Sarah Falconer Nov: 11 th . 
George Faulconer an Infant Oct: 12. 
Mary Faulconer Sep: 15. 

George Son of John Faulconer April 20 th 1749 [Ap: 22 in 
transcript]. 

Stephen Son of John Faulconer June 14 th 1749. 
Mary Faulconer widow Age 76 April 17 th . 
Faulconer Edward from London May 1. 20. 
Faulconer Elizabeth wife of John Faulconer May 25. 60. 
Faulconer Mary Relict of John Faulconer June 3. 41. 
Faulconer John Feb: 24. 77. 
3 d . Faulconer Elizabeth Oct: 22. 18. 
Elizabeth Faulconer from Petworth July 12. 22. 
Mary Faulconer from Plumpton March 6. 3>' rs 8 mon . 
Benjamin Faulconer from Petworth Oct: 30. 62. 
John Faulconer from Newhaven Aug: 5. 66. 



In 1735 and 1736 Register signed John Faulconer, Churchwarden. 



(Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Baptisms. 

1623. Anne daughter of Henry & Anne Falconer was baptized May 5. 

1624. Inyngfeld son of M r Henry Falconer & Anne his wife was 

baptized November 23. 

Marriages. 

1620. Henry Faulkner & Agnes Infield were married February 1. 
1626. Richard Teynton and Anne Faulkner were married Jan: 1. 
1634. John Hall & Elizabeth Faulconer were married Nov: 11. 

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Burials. 

John Faulkner June 2. 
Anne Falconer a childe was buried July 27. 
James Faulkener a young man was buried June 5. 
Iningfield Faulkener a child was buried April 24. 
Agnes ye wife of M r Henery Faulconer. 
Sarah wife of Thomas Faulconer 13 July. 25. 
Cordelia Faulconer Jan : 4. 63. 

Horsted Keynes. (Original Registers.) 

Baptisms. 

Henry son of Geo: Falconer bapt: March 19. 
Thomas son of Geo: Falconer bapt: Octob r 1. 
Mary daur of Geo: Falconer bap: June 19. 

Elizabeth Daughter of Richard & Leah Faulconer was baptized 
June 8 th . 

Marriage. 

1735. Drew Hills Senior and M rs Falconer Widow were married being 
both of this parish & thrice legally asked March 4 th . 

Burials. 

1733. Henry son of Geo: Falconer was buried July 25, 1733. 
1778. Richard Falconer was buried Jan: 11 th . 
1778. Widow Falconer burried Aug' 30 th . 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Baptisms. 

16 1 7. The xv th of June was bapt: Thorn: Fawkner: fill: Jo: Fawk: 

162 1. Robert the son of John Faulkner January 1. 

1624. Margaret daughter of John Faulkener was baptized Janne: xiij th . 

Marriage. 

1616. John Fawckner and Elizabeth Burly were married the 13th of 
October. 

Hurstpierpoint. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

Ite: Baptized January ye 24 John Fawkner the sonne of John 
Fawkener. 

It: Baptized the same day (25 th August) Thomas Faukoner 

sonne of John Faukener. 
Kathrin Falkner the daughter of Nicholas Falkner March 7. 
Robert Falkner the sonne of John Falkner Nov r 17 th . 
Joanna fil: Joliis Falkner bapt: Mar: 14. 
Elizabeth the daughter of John Falkener baptized Feb: 16. 
Jane the daughter of Geo: Falconer bapt: Oct: 2: 64. 
Faulkner Lydia born Dec: 21 st 1776 bapt: June 8 th . 
Faulkner George son of William & Lydia born March 21 st 
bapt: Tune 8 th . 

108 



1 6 10. 
1623, 
1625, 
1627. 

1797. 
1S12. 



1706. 
1 7 10. 

1713- 
1766. 



1629. 

1633- 

1636. 
1636. 
1637. 
1642. 
1664. 
1807. 
1807. 



Marriages. 

1608. The 9 th of Feb: was married John Eede & Anne Foulkner. 
1629. Imprimis maried the 6 th off Aprill John Fawkoner and Elizabeth 
Muglewick. 

1682. Thomas Fawkner and Mary Homewood married Aug st ye 6 th . 

Burials. 

1614. The 27 th of Septemb r was buried John Fawckner. 
1 61 7. Isaac Faulkner was buried ye 23 of May. 
1625. Smith Falconer a bastard June 5. 

1629. Ite: Buried February ye 18 th John Fawkoner the sonne of John 

Fawkoner. 
17 13. Anne Faulkoner April 25. 

Keymer. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Marriage. 

1 73 1. Joseph Saunders & Anne Falkner of the Parish of Keymer 
were married April ye 27. 

Lewes, All Saints'. (Original Registers.) 
Baptisms. 

Benjamin George Faulconer, son of Robert Hoffman Faulconer 
by Sarah his wife. Born 19 \ij in transcript] Mch: 181 2. 
Bapt: 19 April 1813. 
Mary Ann dau r : of Plumer Verrall, auctioneer, & Ann his wife. 

Born in All Saints July 15: baptized Sept: i st . 
Harriet dau r of Robert Hoffman Faulconer of this par: Gent: 
9 th Janv. 

William Hamilton, son of Robert Hoffman Faulconer, of All 
Saints, Lewes, Solicitor, & Mary Ann his wife bapt d 
26 April. 

Burials. 

Robert Hoffman Faulconer Jan: 28 th aged 37. 
Sarah Faulconer of All Saints Jan: 31 st aged 43. 
Benjamin George Faulconer Aug: 22 nd aged 14. 
William Hamilton Faulconer Nov: 25 th , aged 8 months. 
Robert Hoffman Faulconer, Jan^ 11 th . Died at Hastings 
having had his usual abode in this parish, aged 42. 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Marriages. 

July the xxviij day were married Clement Peters of Southover 

& Alice Faulknor of this pish: banns askt. 
The viij day of March were married Henry Faulconer of 
Gravety within the pish : of Westhothly Esq re and M rs 
Elizabeth Thomas the daughter of M r William Thomas 
of this pish: Esq 1 ' p: lie. 

109 



1813. 

1813. 
1814. 
1848. 



1814. 
1818. 
1826. 
1848. 
1853- 



1635- 

l6 37- 



1682. January y e 16 Were married John Faukner of y e Cliff & Deborah 

Clarke of Glinbourne. 

1683. June ye 7 th Were married Henry Falconer & Mary Cheale 

both of Balcombe. 

1684. July ye 12 th 1684 Were married William Faulknor of Wevilsfield 

& Anne Weller of Chayley per: lie. 
1 7 14. October y e 23 rd 17 12 were married Edward Faukener and Mary 

Hoader of Cookefield pr: Lycenns. 
1730. May ye 26 was married John Budgen of Home & Mary 

Faulkenor of Eastgrenstead by licence. 
1732. Henery Falkner of Burstow in the County of Surry and Ann 

Tesfery of Balcomb were married Aprill ye 18 by Licence. 

Burials. 

1 68 1. March y e 16 th was buryed y e sonne of William Faulconer of y e 
Cliff. 

1683. June y e 20 th 1683 was buried Henry Faukener son of William 

Faukner of y e Cliff. 

1684. Was buried Richard Faucknor y e son of William Faucknor 

& Elizabeth his wife of y e Cliffe. 
1692. August y e 23 th was buried John y e son of William Fauckner 

of y e Cliff & Elizabeth his wife. 
1 7 10. May y e 5 th was Buried M r Wittm Faulkner y e younger of 

y e Cliff. 

1 7 18. April the 17 th Elizabeth the wife of Will: Faulkner of the Cliffe 

gente was buried. 

1 7 19. March the 9 th William Faulkner gent: of the Cliffe was buried. 



Lewes, St. Anne's. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1626. Anne the daughf of Launcelott Faulkner was baptiz: May 12 . 
1690. John yee Sonn of Thomas Faulkner & Mary &c. August ye 8. 
1697. Thomas ye Son of Thomas Falkner & Mary his wife May ye 24. 

Marriages. 

1 7 18. John Trice of Speldhurst & Jane Falconer of Rotherfield 
August 15. 

1809. Robert Hoffman Faulconer of the Parish of Henfield Bach r 
and Sarah Buckoll of this Parish By Licence 30 th November. 

Burials. 

1632. Anne Falkner was buried the xxv th day of March 1632. 

1640. joane Falkner Wyddow was buried the fyrst day of March 1640. 

1735. Thos: Faulkner Sen r of this Parish May 26 th . 

1750. Mary Faulkner Widow Dec: 10. 

1750. Thomas Falkener Oct: ye 6. 

In 1706, 1707 and 171 1 transcripts signed by Thomas Faulkner as 
Churchwarden. 



1 10 



Lewes, St. John-sub-Castro. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Marriages. 

September the xx th day were married William Rosham and 

Elizabeth Faulkner both of this parish banns ask 1 . 
January ye 17 th Were married Robert Norman & Mary 

Fauckner both of ye parish of Barkham P : lie. 
June ye 17 th Were married John Penticost of Ringmer & 

Elizabeth Fauckner of Hamsey p : lie. 
Thomas Falconer and Susanna Baldy was Married by Banns the 
Twenty first January 1800. 

Burial. 

1720. April 20 Day was Buried M rs Anne Falkner. 

Lewes, St. Michael's. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptism. 

16 10- 1 1. John Faukener the sonne of Launcellott Faukner was 
baptized the seventeenth day of March. 

Marriages. 

1607-8. The fifteenth of June Launcellott Fawkner & Joane Cleggett 
were maryed. 

161 3-14. John Faulkener and Elizabeth Collens were married the fifth 
of April. 

1618. May 13 daye John Wickham and Joane Fawkner were married. 
1620-21. March 8 The 8 th daie William Stanford of Wivelsfeld & 
Elizabeth Faulkner of Keymer weare married. 

1682- 83. november 7 Then was maryed John Falckner and Ellener 

Tailer of Brighthelmstone. 

1683- 84. May 9 Then was Maryed Edward lede and Sewsana 

Felckner boath of Est grinsted. 

Lewes, St. Thomas in the Cliff. 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1677. Elizabeth Dafter of William Fackner (sic) was boarne the 12 of 
September and baptized 20 of September. 

1679. Meary Faucknor dafter of William and Elizabeth Fauckner was 

boarne the 9 of march and baptized the 6 of aprill. 

1680. bapptis d William Faulkener the 15 of August. 

1683. Samuell Falkner Son of John and Debarath Falkner was baptized 
the 9 day of November. 

1683. Henry Falkner Son of William and Elizabeth Falknar was 

baptized 18 day of December 1683. 

1684. Baptized Richard Fawkener Sun of William & Elesabeth hes 

wife the 24 of December 1684. 
1687. Katherine daughter of Witt & Eliz: Falconer March 21. 
1692. John y e Sunn of W m & Eth Falkner May 16. 

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1629. 
1688. 
1690. 
1800. 



Marriages. 

1668. Rogger Filarye of the Cliff and Ann Folkner of molinge was 

mared the 14 of Feborary. 
171 1. John Gray of Southwick and Ellizabeth Faulckner of this Parish 

were married October the 10 th 1711 by Licence. 
1 7 16. James Faukener of Cowden and Eliz: Baker of Wadhurst were 

married by Licence June 19 17 16. 
1804. George Forkner of this parish and Mary Attree of this Parish 

Married by Banns 13 th Sept: 1804. 

Burial. 

1672. Elizabeth Felknere was buaried the 25 of march. 

Mailing, South. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Marriages. 

Married William Jeffery & Susannah Faulckner May 2 2 d . 
Thomas Faulkner of the Parish of Saint Michaels in the Borough 
of Lewes Batchelor and Mary Crofts of this Parish Spinster 
by Banns Feb: 13. 

Mayfield. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Burials. 

1687. Alexander Falconer Decemb: 24. 
1692. Mary Faukner May 24 th . 

Plumptori. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

Ann the daughter of John Faukener was baptized November 6 
1614. 

Elizabeth ye daughter of John Faukenor bap: September 20. 
Philadelphia Daughter of Henry & Jane Faulconer was baptized 
July 7 th . _ 

John S : William & Eliz : Falconer Ap : 8. 
Anne D: W m & Eliz th Falconer Dec r 10. 
William Son of William & Elizabeth Faulconer Feb: 2 d . 
Elizabeth Dauter of W m Faulconer & wife privately Baptized 
17 Oct r . 

Sarah D: Eliz th & W m Faulconer privately Baptized . . Feb. 
Sarah D: W m & Eliz: Falconer admittted Nov r 24. Baptized 

March 24, 1789. 
Mary Daugh r of William Falconer & Elizabeth his wife June 2 nd . 
Stephen Sawyer Son of W m & Elizabeth Falconer June 1. 
Arthur Son of W m & Eliz th Falconer privately baptized July 10. 
Arthur son of William & Elizabeth Falconer July 10. 

Marriages. 

1 61 2. John Faukenor & Elizabeth Aben were married May 21, 1613. 
1615. Richard Vincome & mari Faukener were maried July 25, 1615. 
1798. A marriage solemnized in the presence of John Faulconer May 21 st . 

112 



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1794. 



1614. 

1617. 
I75 1 - 

1779. 
1780. 
1783- 
1785- 

1787. 
1790. 

1793- 
1794. 
1796. 
1797. 



Burials. 

1608. Elizabeth Fawkenor widow was buried March 26, 1608. 
1618. Edward Faulkner was buried September 5. 
1752. Jane Faulconer was buried Dec: 8. 
1788. Sarah dau : of W m Faulconer an Infant . . Feb. 
In 1783 to 1787, 1793 to 1796, and 1802 to 1812, transcripts signed by 
William Faulconer as Churchwarden. 

Rotherfield. (Original Registers.) 

Marriage. 

1 7 18. John Jenner of the Parrish of Heavar in Kent and Anne 
Faulkner of this Parrish October y e 5 th . 

Shermanbury. (Original Registers.) 

Baptisms. 

Sarah daughter of George & Mary Faulkner bapt: Sep: 2. 
Thomas y e sonne of George Faulkner & Mary his wife was 

baptized the 22 th day of Aprill. 
Mary Faulkner daughter of Elizabeth Mackrell May 18. 
Caroline daughter of William & Mary Faulconer Dec r 4 th . 
Ann Bayley daughter of William & Mary Faulconer Nov: 16. 
William son of William & Mary Faulconer March 3 d . 

Marriage. 

1807. William Faulconer, Bachelor & Mary Walder Spinster both of 
this parish Married i st April 1807, By Banns. John 
Faulconer signed as one of the witnesses. 
In 1679, 1682 and 1688 transcripts signed by George Faulconer as 
Churchwarden. 

Street. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptism. 

Mary Facknor base borne was baptized the viij th day of 
October 1607. 

Marriages. 

William Faulkner and Anne Sounden married November 30 th 1699. 
Edward Day & Jane Faulkner married July 19, 1705. 
William Falkner & Mary Weller married May 29, 17 13. 

Wadhurst. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Baptism. 

1687. Richard son of Richard & Bridgett Falconer October 29. 

Marriages. 

1672. Marryed John Jnge & Ann Faulkner May 28. 

1676. Married John Faulkner & Ann Lamb. 

1686. Peter Rimington & Mary Falkner October 20. 

113 



1670. 
1672. 

1687. 
1807. 
1809. 
1812. 



1 607. 



1699. 
i7°5- 
i7 r 3- 



Burials. 

1670. Buryed [torn in orig.] n Faulconer March 26. 
1683. Buryed old widow Falkner November 27. 

1687. Buryed Richard Son of Richard & Bridgett Falconer December 1. 

1 701. John Falkner May 12. 

1 701. Anne Widow of John Falkner May 14. 

In 1694 transcript signed John (?) Faulkner. 



Westmeston. (Original Registers.) 
Baptism. 

Thomas soonne of John Faulconer March 4. 

Marriage. 

John Faulckner of the Common widowe married Joane daughter 
of Thomas Ashfold of the Common Septem r 19. 

Burials. 

Agnes wife to John Faulckner of the Common April 8. 
Joan wife to John Faulckner of Blackbrook March 6. 

(Transcripts at Lewes.) 
Baptisms. 

Thomas sonne unto John Faulckner of Blackbrook March 4. 
Elizabeth Dau r of Thomas & Mary Faulkner Aug : 6. 
Mary Daug r of Thomas & Mary Faulkner Jan : 1 7. 
Baptized June 15 Anne Daug r of Thomas & Mary Fawlkner. 
Baptized Jun: 29 Thomas Son of Thomas and Mary Faulconer. 

Marriages. 

John Fowlckner widower married Joan dowghf unto Thomas 

Ashfeld September 19. 
John Faulkner & Anne Hesman, Chiltington, Licence Feb: 3. 
Thomas Faulkner & Mary Simons by Banns Oct: 18. 
James Reeves & Mary Faulkener both of Westmeston By Banns 
Dec: 17. 

William Folkner Bachelor of this Parish and Mary Helmsley of 
this parish Spinster were married in this Church by Banns 
this twelfth day of May 18 10 by me William Courthope 
Minister. 

Burials. 

1608. Agnes wife unto John Faulckner June 8. 

1609. Jean wife unto John Faulckner of Blackbrook March 6. 
1759. John Faulkner yeoman Senex Chilt: May 27. 

1769. Elizabeth Faulkner Puella Sep: 20. 

1769. Thomas Faulkner Husbandman Jan: 4. 

1770. Mary Faulkner Puella Ap: 1. 
1773. Anne Faulkner Puella. 

114 



1609. 
1608. 

1608. 
1609. 



1609. 

1759- 
1761. 
1764. 
1767. 



1608. 

1742. 
1756. 
1776. 

1810. 



Westmeston and East Chiltington. 

(Original Registers.) 
Baptisms. 

1608. Lancelot son of Lancelot Fauckner June 20. (Chiltington, East.) 

1758. Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Mary Faulkenor Aug: 8. 
1762. Mary Daug r of Thomas & Mary Falilkner Jan: 17. 

1764. Anne Daug r of Thomas & Mary Faulkner Jan: 15. 
1766. Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Faulkner June 29. 

Marriages. 

1665. The 9 of June 1665 were married John Faulkner & Elizabeth 

Godley. 

1667. The 9 of May were maried John Fawkner & Joane Chatfield. 

Burials. 

1608. John Fawlknor 22 Jan. (Chiltington, East.) 

1 759. John Faulkner yeoman senex Chiltington May 27. Affidavit. 

1768. Elizabeth Faulkner Puella Sept: 20. R: Afft. 

1769. Thomas Faulkner Husbandman Jan: 4. R: Aff. 
1769. Mary Faulkner Puella Ap: 2. R: Affdt. 

1773. Anne Faulkner Puella Ap. 28. R: Afft. 

Wivelsfield. (Transcripts at Lewes.) 

Baptisms. 

1607. Elizabeth the daughter of John Faulckner was baptized the 

xxi st daye February Anno p r dict (i.e., 1607). 
1612. Richard Faulkner the sonn of Jofe Faulkener baptized May 17. 
161 2. Thomas Faulkener the sonn of John Faulkener bapid October 11. 
1616. John Falknor ye sonne of John Falkener bapt: 23 of March. 

1629. November the 1 was bapt: Elizabeth the daughter of William 

Faulkener. 

1630. June the 20 th was bapt: John the son of John Faulkner. 
1633. Januar: the 1 was bapt: Anne the daughter of John Faulkner. 
1633. Feb r the 2 was bapt: John the Son of William Faulkener. 
1635. Decemb: the 6 was bapt: Anne daughter of John Faulkner. 
1635. Feb r the 28 th was bapt: Richard the son of William Faulkner. 

1637. October ye 8 Bap: Richard sonne of Richard Fawlconer. 

1638. Ann dafter of William Valkner was bap: the 15 th of July. 
1638. Mary dafter of John Valkner was bap: the 2th of December. 
1640. John the sonne of Richard Faulkner was baptized the 29 th of March. 

1640. Joh : the sonne of Rich : Faulkner was baptized the 29 th of March. 

1 64 1. William Faulkoner the sonne of William Faulkoner was baptized 

the 22 th of August. 

1666. Mary the dafter of Richard Falkner were baptized Agst the 19 th day. 
1672. Thomas Sonn of John Folkener and Jone his Wife was baptized 

September 7. 

1703. Elizabeth ye Daughter of John Faulconer by Joane his Wife was 

baptized May ye 17 th . 
1705. Anne ye Daughter of John & Joane Faulkner Baptized 

May ye 7 th . 

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1708. Mary ye Daughter of John Faulknor and Joane his wife Baptized 
February ye 27. 

1 7 10. Lucy daughter of John Faulknor by Mary his wife Baptized 

November ye 3 d . 

1 71 1. Jane the Daughter of John Faulkener by Mary his wife was 

Baptized November ye 3 d . 
1755. Benjamin S: of Daniel & Eliz: Falkner October 12 th . 
1757. Ann D: of Daniel & Eliz: Falkner Dec: 25th. 

1772. Philip Son of Philadelphia Faulkner February 16 th . 
1786. James Son of Benjamin & Ann Faulkner June 4th p. 
1786. Richard son of Benjamin & Ann Faulkner Dec r 24 th p. 
1 791. Mary Farncombe Daughter of Ann Faulkner June 19 th . 
1791. Rich d Son of Benj : & Ann Faulkner December 25 th . 
1791. Moses Son of Benj: & Ann Faulkner December 25 th . 

1794. Frank David Son of Benjamin and Ann Faulkner also Eliz: 

Daughter of Benjamin and Ann Faulkner twins July 20. 
1797. Hannah daur of Benjamin & Ann Faulkner July 9 th . 
1799. Ann daur of Benjamin & Ann Faulkner June 30. 
1802. Esther daur of Benjamin & Ann Faulkner Feb^ 28. 

Marriages. 

1 6 1 1. John Faulkner and Margery Faulkner Widdow weare married 

the first day of July. 
1629. May the 22 th were married William Faulkner and Anne Mascall. 
1629. Octob: the 20 th were married John Faulkner & Elizabeth Verroll. 

1702. John Falconer and Jone Mills both of this Parish were Marryed 

February the 9. 

1703. James Eager of the Parish of St: Mary Westout In Lewis & 

Elizabeth Faulconer of this parish were marryed February 
ye 29 th . 

1728. William Cafhn and Anne Faulknor of ye parish of Ditchaling 

weare married February ye 14. 
1762. Edward Whisky & Eliza Falkner Feb: 16. 

1 790. Henry Farncomb and Ann Faulkner both of this parish by banns 
December 10. 

Burials. 

1 6 1 1. John Faulkner was buried the 19 th of January. 
1633. Januar: the 14 was buried Anne the daughter of John Falkner 
1637. Nov: ye 4: Bur: Anne Daughter of John Faulconer. 
1640. Joh: Faulkner was buried ye 21 of Novemb. 
1640. John Fulkner was buried the 16 th of Aprill. 
1666. Ealce the wyfe of Richard Falkner were beryed September 
the 26 th day. 

1683. Jane wife of William Faulkner of Linfeild was Buried March 
ye 23 rd . 

1685. Ann Falkner Widdow was buried August the second day. 
1694. Thomas the Sonne of John Falkner was buried January 8. 
1705. William Faulknor was Buryed December ye 2. 
1708. Joane ye wife of John Faulknor was Buried February ye 17. 

171 1. Jane the daughter of John Faulkenor Buried November ye 11 th . 

171 2. John Faulknor Buried October ye 1. 

1773. Philip Faulkner May 16 th . 

1804. Esther Daughf of Benjamin & Ann Faulkner Oct: 11 th . 

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1543- 



T OHN FAWKEN R of Cuckfield. To high altar of Cookefield 4 d . 
J Month's mind to be at Clayton or Cuckfield ; year's mind at 
Clayton. To son John a bullocke or 6 s 8 d , sheets, &c. To John, son 
of John, a bullocke. To wife of Henry Kinge 3 s 4 d and a pair of 
sheets. To wife of William Blaker 3 s 4 d . To Hive [? Olive] my 
daughter 3 s 4 d . To Stephen my son 6 s 8 d . Residue to John Hasylden 
and Thomas Fawken r , executors, " s d Thomas to have a cowe that is 
with josife Faukene r , John Hasylden one that is with Wyftm Stybbe." 
Alexander Hazlegrove, supervisor. Recorders : John Wykham, Ric : 
Jessay, Joseph Fawkner, &c. Dated 20 May 1543. No note as 
to proof. 

Lewes, Book A 1, fo. 8. 



I55 2 - 

A LAN FAULCONER of Chailey. Son Walter. Daughter 
Kithyden(P). Daughters Annas and Elizabeth. Brother William 
Faulconer. Jone Brykeden my daughter, and Alan and Elizabeth her 
children. Phyllis Brykeden. Alan, son of John Faulconer. Wife Jone 
to have residue of cattle. Executor and residuary legatee, son Walter 
Faulconer, also Roger Carige ( ? ), latter to have care of Walter till 2 1 . 
Overseers : Sir John Gage, knight, and my brother William Faulconer. 
Dated 30 September 1547. Proved 22 January 1552. 

Lewes, Book A ILL, fo, 57. 



1554- 

JOHN FAWLKNER of Chyltyngton, in parish of Westmeston. 
J To be buried at Westmeston. To Johanne Sawnder of balcombe 
iiij d . To Agnes cane xl s . To Canes eldest sonne a bullock. All my 
goods to be divided between Johane my wyff & my iii sonnes equally 
by the discretion of Wyttm Fawlkner my brother, & Richard a fforde. 
Jonane my wyff to have halffe the use of my farme during my lease, 
kepynge her selfe widewe. And Alyn my sonne the other half of the 
sayd lease. If wife marry, son Alyn to have the whole lease, paying 
to his iii brothers iij 11 a yeare durynge the sayd lease. If any of the 
sayd iij sonnes die under age, sayd part to be divided between the 
other ij. Residue to wife Johane & sonne Alyn, Ex ors . Witnesses : S r 
Tho s Grey, clerk, and John Chantler. Dated 26 June 1551. Proved 
17 May 1554. 

Lewes, Book A J, fo. 112. 



117 



1556. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Selmeston, yeoman. To be buried at 
J Selmeston. To son John all lands in Chityngleigh. Wife and sons 
William and Thomas to have my farm and stock. Two daughters 
Agnes and Joane. Son Richard. Executors : Sons William and 
Thomas. Overseers: James Page (?), esquire, John Faulconer and 
William Faulconer, yeomen. Dated 24 March 1555. Proved 13 
December 1556. 

Lewes, Book A j, fo. 203. 



1558. 

WILLIAM FAWKNER of Balcombe. To poor of Balcombe and 
Cuckfield 10 s 6 d . To wife furniture, &c. To son Edward 
furniture of parlour, all corn and cattle, and all goods not given to 
wife. Son Henry commended to care of wife and son. Four oxen in 
keeping of John Payne of Ardingly and four steers in that of Robert 
Monk to be given to Edward to pay legacies. To son Henry 
leasehold lands in Worth, between Wakehurst (?) and Copthorne. If 
Henry die before 21 to remain to Edward. Residuary legatee and 
sole executor son Edward. Daughter Julian unmarried. House at 
Balcombe to wife, and land called "heggeland" for my term of years, 
if she remain a widow, and allow Edward to occupy house and lands 
in Cuckfield called " Rowhill," the latter and Heggeland to son Edward 
and his heirs, remainder to son Henry and his heirs, remainder to his 
own right heirs. Overseers : Nymon Warde and John Mychell. 
Witnesses: John Mychell and Nyman Warde. Dated 7 August 1558. 
Proved 26 September 1558. 

Lewes, Book A 4, fo. 60. 



1558. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Hurstpierpoint. Intestate. Administration 
granted 1 October 1558, to John Faulconer, the son. Children: 
. . . wife of John Notton, John, Joan and Agnes. 

Lewes, Book A 4, fo. 81. 



1559- 

THOMAS FAULCONER of Selmeston. To be buried at Selmeston. 
Brothers Richard and William Faulconer, and his sister Joane. 
Mother-in-law (? step-mother) still living. Wife Agas (?) and son John 
Faulconer, executors. Dated 15 April 1556. Proved 6 March 1559. 

Lewes, Book A 4, fo. 328. 



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1559- 

'"THOMAS FAULCONER of Clayton. To be buried in Clayton 
J- Church. To said church 6 s 8 d . To church of Chichester 4 d . 
Masses to be said, &c. To my four (?) children all household stuff 
except four pairs of sheets and a padlocked chest, except also two 
hoggs of bacon for the poor of Keymer. To brother John Faulconer 
of Albourne 10 s , &c. To Nycholas Faulconer two oxen. To Edward 
Faulconer one sheep. To Elizabeth Faulconer two sheep. To five 
god-children (viz., Richard Smith, Thomas Philpott, William Hasylden, 
Thomas King, Wymarke, son of Henry Shyll) one ewe and a lamb. 
Residue to John Faulconer, base born, sole executor. Overseers : 
Gerard Faulconer, Richard Psonne and Thomas a More, to have ruling 
of my son John Faulconer, the said executor, till 21. If he die before 
21 his portion to be divided among testator's brothers' and sisters' 
children, and the third part amongst the poor. Dated 16 March 1558. 
Proved 18 April 1559, by John Faulconer. 

Lewes, Book A 4, fo. 260. 



1559- 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Hurstpierpoint, husbandman. Sons 
Rauffe or Tomasse (?), John, Richard and William. To two 
latter all weaving gear. Wife Joan and youngest son William Faulconer, 
executors. Witness: Tho s Chatfield, &c. Dated 16 January 1558. 
Proved 18 April 1559. z ^ ^ A ^ fa ^ 



1560. 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Bourne. To church of Chichester 4 d . 
To poor men's box at Bourne i s . To daughter Elizabeth ^7 
owing me by Edmund Page, also a bed and cattle at 16; if she die 
then to son John, and if he die under 21, then between my wife 
Johanna and John and Alice Faulconer, children of my brother John 
Faulconer. To Johan Faulconer my sister a cow, sheep and barley. 
John Allyer, son of Philip. To expected child 10 quarters of barley 
at 16. Residue to wife Joane and son John, executors. Overseers: 
Brothers Thomas and Barnard Faulconer. Dated 23 March 1559. 
Proved 24 May 1560. Chichester, Book X., fo. 4j. 



1561. 

GERARD FAULCONER of Clayton. Son John. Daughter 
Margaret and John Nurton (?) her son. Daughter Annes. 
Wife Mylsant. Executors and residuary legatees, sons Stephen and 
Richard. Dated 10 September 1559. Proved 1561 (?). 

Zetves, Book A 4, fo. 361. 



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1561. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Wartling, yeoman. To be buried at 
Warding. To John Faulconer my brother's son a feather bed, 
&c. Residue of household goods to wife Agnes, also cattle, &c. 
To John Batnor my sister's son 20 s . To Agnes Batnor the younger 
my sister's daughter. To Mercy Stavey (?) my sister's daughter. To 
Johane Faulconer my brother's daughter. To Thomas Faulconer my 
brother's son. Residue to John Faulconer my brother's son, executor, 
remainder to Thomas Faulconer his brother. To wife Agnes my 
farm of Boranspond. Brother John Faulconer, overseer. All lands 
in Warding and Pevensey to John Faulconer my brother's son, 
remainder to Thomas Faulconer, remainder to William Faulconer, 
remainder to Steven Faulconer. Said John Faulconer to pay to 
William Faulconer his brother £20, and to Thomas Faulconer his 
brother ^20, and to Steven Faulconer his brother £20. Wife to have 
house and land at Wartling, lately bought of Edward Combre, for life, 
remainder to John Faulconer. Dated 13 August 1558. Proved 
16 September 1561. 

Lewes, Book A jf, fo. J?. 



1561. 

THOMAS FAULCONER of Cuckfield. Administration granted 
16 December 1561. Wife, Joha. Children: John, Margaret, 
Jane, Petronille and Millysant Faulkner, all minors [almost illegible\ 

Lewes, Book A 4, fo. 345. 



1564. 

ROGER FAULCONER of Wartling. To be buried at Wartling. 
To William Baker a heifer. Residue to wife Alice. Dated 1 May 
1559. Proved it April 1564. 

Lewes, Book A 5, fo. 164. 



I565- 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Selmeston. To brother John 
Faulconer 40 s . To sons Stephen and John "on tegge," if either 
die survivor to inherit. To Brother John a Bower 20 s . To sister 
Johan 20 s . To her child 2 s . To sister Agnes 20 s . To brother 
William Faulconer's son 3 s 4 d . To Johane Faulconer his daughter 
3 s 4 d . To each a cow. To Margery Hooke 12 s . To poor of 
Aston [Alciston] i s 8 d . To church of Selmeston 6 d . Bequests to 
brother's servants. Brother William executor and residuary legatee. 
Overseer: M r John Mascall. Dated 11 January 1565. Proved 
1 February 1565. 

Lewes, Book A j, fo. 286. 



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1565- 



HENRY FAULCONER of Boxgrove, husbandman. To church of 
Chichester 4 d , of Boxgrove i s . To daughter Anne Faulconer 
wheat and cattle. To daughter Julian Faulconer wheat, malt and 
cattle. To son Adrian wheat, &c. To son Stephen barley. To 
son Arthur barley and cattle. To John Smythe, brother-in-law, four 
pairs of russet hose. Residue to Anne Faulconer my wife, sole 
executrix. Overseers : Edward Muschemire and Thomas Fursley. 
Dated 10 February 1564. Proved 14 July 1565. 

Chichester, Book X., fo. 220. 



I567- 

TEPHEN FAULCONER of Clayton. Administration granted 
7 February 1567, to Johane, the relict. 

Lewes, Book A 3, fo. 487. 



I567- 

MARGARET FAULCONER of Firle, widow. To repairs of 
West Firle Church, 3 s 4 d . To repair the road from Small Body 
towards church I s . To Alice Tyshurst and Johan Brooke, widows, 
clothing. To Margaret Brooke my god-daughter clothing. To 
John Seale of the mill wheat. To Thomas Harman of Warbleton 
ditto. To Robert Carpenter my god-son a bullock. Bequests of 
cattle, &c, to Richard Feydelphe my god-son, and to John Brown 
ditto. To John, Richard, William, Edward, John (sic) and Joane 
Blaker sheep, &c. To son-in-law John Blaker, their father. To Johan 
Blaker my god-daughter sheets, &c, at 21. To Robert Start furniture, 
his father John Start to be constable till 21. To John and Michael 
Stert cattle. To Edward Vynall a great chest which was his uncle's, 
Richard Swane's. To Johan, John, Edward and Richard Vynall, 
children of Richard, cattle, he to be constable. Cattle to John Swane, 
to his sons John and William and his daughter Margaret, my god- 
daughter. To John Swane, their father, bacon, &c. To Agatha Stert, 
Jane Vynoll and Agnes Blaker, my daughters, clothing and also 
residue to them. A debt due from John Bellingham of Old Shoreham 
to be divided in specified portions between John Swane and John 
Stert my sons and Richard Vynoll and John Blaker, sons-in-law, 
but John Blaker to permit Alice Tyshurst and Johan Brooke, widows, 
to live on farm during rest of the lease, otherwise £2 between the 
widows, £1 to the poor and balance between John Swane my son 
and John Blaker, son-in-law. Overseers : John Stert and Richard 
Vynoll, sons-in-law. Clothes to Richard Stydolfe and John Browne. 
A debt owing by Robert Bastian, to John Bastian at 21. Dated 
28 January 1567. Proved 22 March 1567. 

Lewes, Book A 3, fo. 493. 

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RICHARD FAULCONER of Clayton, husbandman. Nuncupative 
in presence of Richard Parson, Thomas Faulconer, John Faulconer. 
To be buried at Clayton. To eldest son John Faulconer, now four years 
old, £6 at 2 1 . To Richard Faulconer, youngest son, now one year old, 
£6 at 21. Residuary legatee and executrix, wife Margaret. Overseers : 
Richard Parson, Thomas Faulconer. Dated 6 June 1566. Proved 

1 J u ty x 5 6 7- Lewes, Book A 3, fo. 449. 



1574- 



AGNES FAULCONER of Westfyrle. Administration granted 
10 June 1574, to William Faulconer, the brother. 

Lewes, Book A 6, fo. 388. 



1575- 

THOMAS FAULCONER of East Grinstead, weaver. To be buried 
at East Grinstead. House and portland in East Grinstead to wife 
Johan for life, then to Peter Faulconer my son, but to pay Paul 
Faulconer my son £6 13 s 4 d , remainder to son Paul. Said house and 
portland being burgage hold. Son Paul under 21. All lands to son 
Peter, but to pay to his three sisters Cothe (?), Elizabeth and Agnes 20 s 
each, the two latter under 21. Residue to wife Johan, sole executrix. 
Overseer, Henry Browne of East Grinstead. Dated 27 December 1575. 

Proved 7 January 1575. „ , . , D 

' J 3 J ' Lezves, Book A 7, fo. 84. 



1576. 

T OHN FAULCONER, the elder, of Waldron. To poor of Lewes, 
J Southover and The Cliffe. To a young man now in Flanders, 
by name John Faulconer, 40 s . To John Erode of Lewes my furred 
gown. To Johan Pelland (?) my daughter ^3 6 s 8 d . To sons 
William and Steven Faulconer my lease of the old court which I hold 
of Lord Dacres and ^30 each. To son John Faulconer gold ring. 
Residue of apparel to three sons, Thomas, William and Steven. 
Residuary legatees and executors, my sons John and Thomas Faulconer. 
To eldest son John Faulconer one marshe called Wickam, containing 
60 acres, bought of John Devennishe, gent. To son Thomas one 
marshe called Blackewoods or Blackhoods, bought of M r Gyllys Fymes. 
Witnesses: Alex: Ellis, W m Colwell, &c. Dated 15 August 1574. 
Proved 15 December 1576. 

Lewes, Book A 7, fo. 33, and Administrations, 
Book B 1, fo. 32. 



122 



1578. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Cuckfield, butcher. After payment of 
J debts goods to be equally shifted among my three children, John, 
eldest son, Pennell my daughter, and Edward my son, by discretion of 
Henry Michell and Edward Merser, executors. Sons to have their 
portions at 20 years, and daughter at 18 or marriage. If all die, goods 
to go to my brother Henry Fawkner. Witnesses : John Turner, 
John Vden, &c. Dated 8 October 1577. Proved 24 May 1578. 

Lewes, Book A 7, fo. 11 3. 



1580. 

ANNE FAULCONER of Boxgrove, widow. To Chichester 
Cathedral 2 d . To repairs of church of Boxgrove i s . To Thomas 
Fursby and Walsingham Fursby my brother Thomas Fursby's children 
4 d each. To Mariam, daughter of Robert Stapler, and to Andrew, 
Elizabeth and James, the children of Andrew Barcombe, a sheep each. 
To Thomas Mannington my daughter's son six diaper napkins. To 
daughter Julian Barcombe wearing apparel, a gold ring and all my 
linen, except two Holland kerchers, of which one to Henry Faulconer, 
the other to Adrian my son. To Stephen Faulconer, junior, my son's 
son, a sheep, wheat and 10 s . Bequests to Elizabeth, wife of son 
Stephen, and to son Stephen Faulconer, the goods to be delivered 
to his uncle John Fursby in discharge of debts due to him from said 
Stephen. To Adrian Faulconer my son ^3, sheep, &c. To Thomas, 
son of son Stephen, barley. Residue to son Henry Faulconer, 
executor. Overseers : Thomas Stampe and Robert Stapler. Witnesses : 
Said overseers and Thomas Easte. Dated 12 March 1579. Proved 
20 May 1580, by executors and overseers. 

Chichester, Book 12, fo. 148. 



1582. 

WALTER FAULCONER of Chailey. To wife Jane my house 
and lands called " hurstlande," " oule barnes," " hoglande " and 
"harlonde," and all my other land in Chailey and Chiltington towards 
her living and the bringing up of my children till son and heir is 21, or 
till he should have accomplished that age if he die and my wife live so 
long. If wife die, overseers to use profits of lands to bring up children 
till 16, and to render account to heir apparent or issue male. In 
default of such issue to be divided between my daughters. To 
daughters Mary and Anne an annuity of ,£20 each for five years. 
Wife executrix and residuary legatee. Overseers : Robert Chatfield 
and Robert Brewer. Witnesses : John Ward, Rich d Johnson Tho s 
Brand, Tho s Vergoe and John Chatfield. Dated 13 April 1580. 
Proved 17 May 1582. 

Lewes, Book A 7, fo. 233. 



123 



1583. 



THOMAS FAULCONER of Warding. Will proved 13 July 1583, 
by John Faulconer of Waldron and William Faulconer of Chrinton 
[? Sherrington], the brothers of deceased and executors named in will. 

Lewes, Book B 1, fo. HQ. 



I584- 

ALLEN FAULCONER of Albourne. Administration of his will 
granted 3 April 1584, to Nicholas Faulconer, the executor named. 

Lewes, Book B 1, fo. 12J. 



1585- 

TOANE FAULCONER of East Grinstead. Proved 27 November 
J 1585, by William Wood, son of deceased and executor named 
in will. 

Lewes, Book B 1, fo. 149. 



1587- 

ROGER FAULCONER of Harting, yeoman. To Chichester 
Cathedral 8 d . To wife Alice my parlor in south end of my house 
and a loft over, called " The Inner Chamber," for a year after my death. 
To Scragget Downer my daughter, Mary Somer my daughter and 
Dorothy Edwards my daughter a sheep each. To Mary Somer my 
aforesaid daughter ^5 " whenever her husband Nicholas Somer shall 
fyne her into the copyhold in Esthartinge he now dwelleth in & not 
before." To John Faulconer my son ^13 6 s 8 d at 21. To daughter 
Frances ^10 in a year. To daughter Anne ,£10 at 20. To 
daughter Sybil ^10 at 20. To daughter Margery ^5, to be paid 
to wife Alice and to Margery at 20. Executors to bring up Anne and 
Sybil till 20. Residue to Thomas Faulconer my son, executor. 
Overseers : John Pytt of Eneryes and William Madgewicke. Dated 
19 June 1587. Proved 15 July 1587, by Thomas Faulconer, the son, 
the executor. 

Chichester, Book XLV., fo. 44. 



124 



EDWARD FAWKNER of Balcombe, yeoman. Bequests of kine 
to wife and chamber in house during widowhood. Third part of 
household stuff except furniture of parlour to son John. Third part 
of all freeholds to wife, and of copyhold land known as "Rowhill," 
remainder to son Edward, but son John to pay her £4 for "Comciters," 
an d £2 for lands in Ardingly, and to have occupation and tenure of 
such lands. To son Thomas ^50 in two years. To son George ^40 
at 21. To daughter Catherine 40 marks at 24 or marriage. To 
daughter Elizabeth 40 marks at 24 or marriage. To daughter Johan 
a "heigfour bullocke." To her four children Nicholas, An and 
William [sic\ an ewe lamb each. To Henry my godson a "meanyer 
heighfor." To Joane Courtuppe my god-daughter two ewe lambs. 
To son Henry a quarter of wheat, &c. Residue of goods, lands, 
tenements, freeholds and lease of all lands in Worth to son John. 
Son John, sole executor. Supervisors : George Alfraye and Wildman, 
who witnessed the will. Dated 4 January 158^. Proved 16 March 
I 5^^, by the executor. 

Lewes, Book A 8, fo. 180. 



1588. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Southover, miller. To be buried at 
J Southover. To James Faulconer my eldest son my mansion house, 
&c., after death of my wife Johane. Also to said son bedstead, &c, 
at 24. If he die then to Anne Faulconer and John Faulconer, my 
youngest son, to be divided at 21. To daughter Anne seven ewe sheep 
and three wethers at 21. Residue to my wife, executrix. Overseers: 
My brothers-in-law John Verrall of Falmer and John Hardman of 
Brighthemstede. Dated 25 January 1587. Proved 2 July 1588, by 
executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 8, fo. 212. 



I59I- 

A GNES FAULCONER of Wivelsfield, widow. To be buried at 
* \ Wivelsfield. To son Richard one cow, and to his wife my best 
gown. To son William a steer, &c. To Agnes Snap, linen, &c. 
To daughter Elnor linen, &c. To Elizabeth Lashemer a brass pot. 
Residue to son John, sole executor. Overseers : Cousins Robert 
Sheriff and Thomas Virgo. Witnesses : Rob' Sheryf, Tho s Ashfold, 
Tho s Virgo. Dated 24 April 1591. Proved 11 June 1591, by the 
executor. 

Lewes, Book A 8, fo. 430. 



1592. 



JOHN FAULCONER of Waldron, East Hoathly, Warding and 
J Pevensey. To poor of Waldron 40 s . To repairs of church there 20 s . 
My uncle William Faulconer of Wartling and kinsman Henry Faulconer 
of Westborowe greene executors in trust, to sell goods and pay debts 
and enter on all my lands in the above parishes and pay all debts 
and legacies with which I am charged by the will of John Faulconer 
my father. If goods are insufficient, then the above-named trustees 
and Robert Awood my brother-in-law, and Nicholas Swalter of 
Walderne to mortgage my lands. All residue to my brothers and 
sisters William Faulconer, Robert, Thomas, Mildred and Joane 
Faulkner to be divided, and if any die under 21 the other to be 
his heir. Witnesses : Lewes Thomas, Samson Cawlstocke, Richard 
Acton, Richard Boxall, William Knight. Dated 4 March 1591. 
Proved 8 May 1592, by executors. 

P.C.C. 39 Harrington. 



1595- 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Wivelsfield. Administration granted 
21 January 1595, to John Faulconer of West Hoathly, husbandman, 
the son, he and Thomas Comber of the same, yeoman, being sureties. 

Lewes, Book B 2, fo. 211. 



1595- 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Wartling, yeoman. To be buried 
at Wartling "next unto my ancestors." To poor of Wartling 
20 s . Household goods to be divided, half to wife Agnes, the 
other half with cattle and personal estate to executors, Robert 
Kaddle of Higham Farm [? Higham Ferrers], Northampton, gent, and 
William Faulconer, son and heir unto Thomas Faulconer my brother, 
deceased, my kinsman, to have valued and pay ^60 to wife Agnes, 
besides two best horses, &c, ^10 to Stephen Faulconer, son of 
brother Thomas Faulconer, deceased. To Agnes and Mary, daughters 
of said Thomas, ^10 each at 21. To my brother Stephen the best 
"horsebeast" left after wife's choice. To Joane Pelham my sister a 
cow, &c. Residue to William, Robert, Thomas, Mildred and Joane 
Faulconer, sons and daughters of my late brother John Faulconer. 
There is due to cousin William Faulconer ^20, to his brother 
Stephen ,£40, to his sisters Agnes and Mary Faulconer ,£40 each. 
Of this debt there is in hands of Thomas Hepden of Burwash ^110 
as appears by an obligation. Dated 27 February, 30 Eliz: [158^]. 
Proved 26 June 1595, by executors. 

Lewes, Book A <?, fo. 341. 

Caveat entered 10 January 1595, by Stephen Faulconer of East 
Grinstead, the brother. 

Lewes, Book B 2, fo. 210. 



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1 59 8. 



JOHN FAULCONER the elder of Hurstpierpoint, husbandman. 
To poor of Hurst 4 s 4A To sister Sibell Wautters "my best 
christning sheet with tassells," &c. To Agnes my wife bed, &c. To 
Isaac my brother and to brother John's wife certain furniture. Residue 
to brother John. Overseers : Tho s Michell, parson of Hurst, and 
Rob 1 Barcwick. Witnesses : John Smith, Tho s Lambert, Tho s Michell 
and Robert Barwicke. Dated 15 February, 25 Eliz: [1583]. Proved 
25 May 1598, by John Faulconer, the brother. 

Lewes, Book A 10, fo. 121. 



1598. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Henfield. Administration granted 29 
J August 1598, to John Holden of Woodmancote, guardian during 
their minority of Susan, Elizabeth, Jane and John Faulconer, children of 
deceased. Sureties : The same John, weaver, and John Wardiger of 
Henfield, weaver. 

Lewes, Book B 2, fo, 25Q. 



1599- 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Plumpton. To son John £10. 
To daughters Mary, Agnes, Elizabeth and " Easter " £8 each. 
To daughter Sarah £10. To son John a bed and chest. Wife Mary 
residuary legatee and executor. Overseers : John Newnham and 
John Bartley. Children under 21. Witnesses: Tho s Ilman, John 
Bartley and W m Jenner. Dated last of February 1597. Proved 
26 March 1599, by Mary Faulconer, the relict. 

Lewes, Book A 10, fo. 184. 



1600. 

C TEPHEN FAULCONER of Chiddingly. To poor of Chiddingly 
5 s . To three sons William, John and Stephen Faulconer ,£10 
each at 21. Residue to wife Avis, executrix. Overseers: Brother 
Robert Richards and cousin Richard Faulconer. Witnesses : Rich d 
Elphick, Rob 1 Norman, &c. Dated 17 May 1600. Proved 1 June 
1600, by relict.. 

Lewes, Book A 11, fo. 25. 



127 



1602. 



STEPHEN FAULCONER of Hellingly, husbandman. To poor 
of Hellingly i s 8 d . To all children of Henry Akehurst 5 s each. 
To children of Nicholas Shadwell of Hellingly, deceased, 5 s each. To 
Dennis Comber 5 s . To Edward Faulconer my brother's son 40 s . 
To Stephen Faulconer my god-son, son of said Edward, 40 s . To 
Stephen Hersye my god-son 3 s 4 d . Residue to wife Agnes, executrix. 
Overseers : Richard Graye and William Akehurst. Dated 24 October 
1 60 1. Proved 4 June 1602, by relict. 

Lewes, Book A 11, fo. 144. 



1602. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Tilton, in Selmeston, yeoman. 
To poor of Selmeston and Alciston 10 s . To eldest son John 
Faulconer two steers. To William and Elizabeth Hilles my son 
John Faulconer's wives' children {sic) one " ewe tegge " each. To 
William Pilbeame, son of John Pilbeame my son-in-law, a cow. 
To each of his other children, John, Elizabeth, Agnes and Susan 
Pilbeame, 20 s . Forgives said John Pilbeame, son-in-law, debts 
amounting to £30 or more. To each of the children of my son-in-law 
Robert Deane, alias Warren, William, Thomas, Richard and Edmund, 
20 s . To Edward Faulconer my son ^160 (,£80 within a year, ^80 in 
two years). To son Nicholas Faulconer ^180 (^100 in a year, 
remainder in two years) and my wife's wedding ring. To sons Edward 
and Nicholas a bedstead each, chests, linen, &c. Residue to son 
Richard, sole executor. Overseers : Robert Deane, alias Warren, of 
Wivelsfield, son-in-law, and John Pilbeame of Westmeston, son-in-law, 
and William Foster of Lewes, scrivener. Dated 3 June 1602. Proved 
4 September 1602, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A 11, fo. 156. 



1604. 

/^ERTRUDE FAULCONER of Stanstead, widow. Executor, 
vJ Maurice Buckland, gent, of Trotton, co. Sussex. To sister Joane 
Searle which Goodman Hutton of Sunton (?) oweth me. To 

cousin Dorothy Pollwhele ^8, which my cousin George Pithe (?) 
of "harklie mandyll " oweth me. Of the money which my cousin 
Jessope oweth me I remit ,£15, and I give her my salt seller, and 
two silver spoons to her son. To my sister at Hampton 40 s . To sister 
Hopkins 20 s . To my god-daughter, M r Aplegate's daughter, a silver 
spoon. My cousin Gilbert Beare oweth me somewhat, and goodwife 
Sighde (?) owes me 8 s . My cousin Harry Beare hath ^5 of mine 
in gold, whereof I give him 1 French crown, the rest to M r Raphe 
Victor. My said cousin George Pithe of " hartlie mandyll " is to 
pay my executor ^20 upon a bargain between us concerning an 
annuity. Witnesses : My cousin Barnarde Daken and cousin Dorothie 
Poll well. Dated 21 May 1604. Proved 3 December 1604. 

P.C.C. 96 Harte. 

128 



i6o8. 



NICHOLAS FAULCONER of Bedingham, yeoman. To poor of 
Bedingham 10 s , of Denton 10 s , of Radmell 10 s . Certhold lands 
in Framfield to wife Johane for life. To wife ,£20 and one-third of 
household stuff. ,£200 to be paid to my daughter Elizabeth as I 
have covenanted, and also £40 more if she marry to her mother's 
liking. Bond to pay ,£260 to my son William to be fulfilled, and 
if he die then to my other children. Bond to pay ^220 to daughter 
Anne to be fulfilled, remainder to daughter Elizabeth. To brother 
Robert Faulconer 20 s , and to his two daughters 20 s each at 21 or 
marriage. To Nicholas Faulconer my god-son, son of my brother 
Robert, 20 s at 25. To sister Alice Brasyer ^5. Residue to Launcelot 
Faulconer my eldest son, sole executor, and if he die then John 
Faulconer and William Faulconer my sons. Overseers : Herbert 
Morley, esquire, Thomas Carewe, John Thatcher, &c. To brother 
Robert Brasyer io 5 . To John Faulconer my brother Robert's eldest 
son 40 s at 25, and to Richard Faulconer his youngest son £6 at 25. 
Dated 9 March 1601. Proved 17 May 1602, and commission issued to 
Joane, the relict, Launcelot Faulconer being a minor. Proved 4 May 
1608, by Launcelot Faulconer, the executor. 

P.C.C. 23 Montague. 



1608. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Clayton. To wife Margaret all lands and 
J houses, viz., one house and barn in Clayton. To said wife all 
goods, &c, she to be executrix. Witnesses : William Woollredge, 
Stephen Holcombe, Roger Nutley, &c. Dated 1 November 1608. 
Proved 2 December 1608, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 12, fo. 313. 



1 6lO. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Wivelsfield. Administration granted 25 
J February 16 10, to Margery Faulconer, the relict, she and Thomas 
Potter of Plumpton, husbandman, being bound in ^100. 

Lewes, Book B 3, fo. 22Q. 



1612. 

r "PHOMAS FAULCONER of Chailey. Administration granted 
J- 16 March 16 12, to Joane Faulconer, the relict, she and Thomas 
Michelbourne of Barcombe, gent, sureties. 

Lewes, Book B 3, fo. 295. 



129 



i.6 1 4. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Hurstpierpoint, tailor. To poor of Hurst 
J 2 s 8 d . To Elizabeth, daughter of Isaac Faulconer, ^10. To 
Joane, daughter of said Isaac, ,£10. To said Elizabeth and Joane 
bequests of furniture including one chest at Sibell's bedside. To 
John, son of said Isaac, sheets. To Joane, daughter of said Isaac, 
a chest in Robert Week's keeping. To Sibell Waters my sister's 
daughter, use of bedstead for life, then to Elizabeth Faulconer my 
son's daughter. Sibell Waters also to have the "shopp (?) next to 
Goody Young's chamber " for life. Residuary legatee and executor : 
Son Isaac Faulconer. Witness : Robert Whitepayne, &c. Dated 
6 June 161 3. Proved 14 January 16 14, by Isaac Faulconer the son 
and executor. 

Lewes, Book A 14, fo. 2?g. 



16 14. 

EDWARD FAULCONER of Selmeston, yeoman. To brother 
Joan Faulconer ^5. To Alice Warren my sister, wife of Robert 
Warren of Wivelsfield, 40 s . To Sarah Faulconer, wife of my brother 
Richard Faulconer, and Sara their daughter ^10 in equal shares. 
To Judith Faulconer my brother Richard's daughter ^10 and a 
great chest. To William and Edward Pilbeame, the two sons of 
my brother-in-law John Pilbeame, deceased, £10 each at 21. To 
Elizabeth, Susan and Agnes, three of the daughters of said John 
Pilbeame, £8 each at 2 1 or marriage. To Edward and Robert Warren 
my sister's sons 40 s each. To Dennis Wood, widow, 5 s . To John 
Wood her son 2 3 . Makes many small bequests to various people. 
Executor and residuary legatee, cousin William Foster of Lewes, 
scrivener. Supervisors : Brothers John and Richard Faulconer. 
Dated 21 February 16 14. Proved 10 March 16 14, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A 14, fo. 292. 



1 6 14. 

NICHOLAS FAULCONER of Denton, singleman. Nuncupative. 
To sister Annis Faulconer of Bishopstone, spinster, ^3. To his 
father Robert Faulconer of Bishopstone 40 s and all wearing apparel. 
To brother John Faulconer of Glynde 40 s owing by said John. 
Witnesses : William Colvill and . . . Chauntler, widow. Dated 
15 July 1614. Proved 16 July 16 14, by John Faulconer, the brother. 

Letves, Book A 14, fo. 230. 



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i6i 5- 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Balcombe, yeoman. 20 s to poor of 
Balcombe. To Annis wife two sow hoggs and various household 
articles. To son John all my lands in Balcombe known as Syome 
wood, and the syorne field, ^200, &c. To each of my daughter 
Nutley's children 20 s . To Uslye Payne, my brother Henry Payne's 
daughter, 30 s . Residue to my son William, sole executor. Overseers : 
John Buett and Thomas Newman, both of Balcombe. Dated 20 
December 1614. Proved 22 April 1615. 

Lewes, Book A 15, fo. 6. 

Note. — "13 Jac: I. By an Inq. p. m. taken at Petworth, the Jury 
found that Richard Fawkener died Dec last, leaving William his son 
aged 30 years, 2 John, 3 Catherine (wife of . . . Nutley) & that he was 
seized at the time of his death of a parcel of land called Same in the 
pish of Balcombe, held of Edw d L d Abergavenny, Sir Walter Covert, K l , 
& Sir John Shirley, K\ as of the Manor of Cuckfield by the rent of 3 d 
& fealty, & that he held another parcel of land called Northland 
conts 120 A in Cuckfield & the Tithe of the grain growing there." 



1616. 

TSAAC FAULCONER of Hurspierpoint, yeoman. To poor of 
-L Hurst 5 s . To daughter Elizabeth 40 s . To daughter Joane 
bedstead, &c. To son John a cupboard, my bow and arrows, &c. 
Wife Joane to have profit of house and lands till son John is 21. 
Wife residuary legatee and executrix. Witnesses : Rob 1 Whitpayne, 
R d Chatfield and John Brooker. Dated 2 May 16 14. Proved 
2 June 1 6 16, by Joane Faulconer, the relict. 

Lewes, Book A 16, fo. 44. 



161 7. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Westmeston. To be buried in churchyard 
J of Chailey. To poor of Westmeston 20 s . To Elizabeth Pelbem 
_£6 within one year. To Annis Pelbem ^5 within one year. To 
William, Susan and Edward Pelbem ^5 each at 21. To John 
Pelbem 10 s within one year. To John, son of John Pelbem 
aforesaid, my god-son, 20 s . To Alice Warren my sister 20 s , to 
Edward, Robert and Anne Warren her children 10 s each at 21. To 
William Faulconer and Judith Faulconer my brother's children 10 s each 
at 21. To Elizabeth Perknoll 20 s , and to her daughter Elizabeth 
Perknoll 10 s within one year. To John Faulconer my god-son ^5 at 21. 
To William Faulconer 10 s . To Stephen Faulconer my kinsman 10 s 
within one year. To Henry Chatfield my god-son 20 5 . To John, 
Edward, William, Stephen and Mary Chatfield 10 s each at 21. To 
George Genken 40 s within one year. To Mary Genner 40 s within 
one year. Residue to wife Phillip, sole executrix. Overseers : My two 
brothers Robert Warren and Richard Faulconer. Witnesses : Hugh 
Hamlen, John Chatfield. Dated 28 October 1616. Proved by the 
relict 11 January 1617. 

Lewes, Book A ij, fo. ig8. 



1624. 



JOHN FAULKNER of Balcombe, yeoman. To poor of 
J Balcombe 10 s . To wife Susan ^5 and certain furniture, &c, 
including bed in my son John's chamber. The great chest to son 
Henry. To son John ,£120 within a year. To Edward, third son, 
£60 at 24. To James, fourth son, £60 at 24. To William, fifth son, 
£60 at 21. To Timothy, eldest daughter, an ewe lamb. To John, 
my grandson, an ewe lamb. To Susan, my grandchild, an ewe lamb. 
To Sarah, second daughter, ^"50 within a year. To Anne, third 
daughter, ^50 within two years. To Mary, fourth daughter, ^50 
within two and a-half years. To Elizabeth, youngest daughter, ^50 
at 21. To Thomas Warde, servant and kinsman, 20 s . To John, 
second son, a mare. To Anne, eldest son's wife, " my ambling 
dun nagg." To Henry, eldest son, all my lands, and to the heirs 
male of his now wife Anne, lawfully begotten, in default to John, 
second son, &c, in default to Edward, third son, &c, in default 
to James, fourth son, &c, in default to William, fifth son, &c, in 
default to right heirs. Residuary legatee and executor, Henry Faulconer. 
Overseers : Thomas Shepheard of Horsham, attorney, and John 
Newnam of Balcombe the elder. Dated 4 April 162 1. Proved 7 July 
1624, by the executor and son, Henry Faulconer. 

Lewes, Book A 18, fo. IJ2. 



1626. 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Chalvington, yeoman. To poor of 
Chalvington 40 s . To church of same 40 s . To each child of 
my brother-in-law John Pilbeame, deceased, 10 s . To god-son Richard 
Pilbeame 10 s . To each of the rest of my cousin John Pilbeame's 
children 5 s . To cousin John Faulconer of London 20 s . To William 
Faulconer of Chiddingly and all his brothers and sisters 10 s each. 
To my god-child, the daughter of said William Faulconer, 5 s each. 
To each of his other children 2 s 6 d . To widow Roberts, my cousin, 
10 s . To Edward Roberts 13 s 4 d . To Mary his daughter, my 
god-child, 10 s . To all the rest of his children 2 s 6 d each. To 
Edward Roberts clothing. To each of his brothers and sisters 10 s . 
To sister Warren 10 s . To son-in-law Edward Honey rent and profit 
of all my freehold land till son William is 21, he to bring up son 
William till 21. To son William a gold ring, &c. To daughter Judeth, 
wife of said Edward Honey, two 20 s pieces of gold. Residue to 
said Edward and Judith, former executors. Overseers : John Wood, 
parson of Chalvington, and cousin John Pilbeam. Witnesses : John 
Wood, Richard Lulham and Edward Roberts. Dated 8 July 1626. 
Proved 28 July 1626, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A ip, fo. 123. 



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1630. 



WILLIAM FAULCONER of Ringmer, yeoman. Wife Susan 
sole executrix, if she re-marry residue to my two sons Thomas 
and John, they to become executors. Thomas, second son. John, 
youngest son. Joane second daughter. Elizabeth, youngest daughter, 
under 18 and unmarried. Anne Page, daughter. Other brothers 
and sisters. To poor of Ringmer I s 8 d . Lands, &c, in Ringmer 
called "The Howe," to Thomas Faulconer, second son, and heirs, 
remainder to John, youngest son, but if Thomas claim from executrix 
the legacy left him by his grandmother, then "The Howe" to John for 
ever. Witnesses : Roger Cobbie, W m Durrant, W m Faulconer. Dated 
14 June 1628. Proved 6 April 1630, by Susan, the relict. 

Lewes, Book A 21, fo. 1. 



1631. 

NICHOLAS FAULCONER of Albourne, husbandman. To eldest 
son Nicholas Faulconer To younger son Richard 

Faulconer ,£40. To Mary Faulconer, eldest daughter, £10. To 
Elizabeth, my next, ^10. To Martha, youngest daughter, ,£15. 
Executors to pay sons at 21, daughters at 20 or marriage. Residue 
to M r Robert Pritchard and M r Robert Beard of Albourne, yeomen, 
executors. Witnesses: William Faulconer, &c. Dated 14 April 1631. 
Proved 25 April 1631. 

Lewes, Book A 21, fo. ioj. 



1631. 

NICHOLAS FAULCONER of Cowfold, husbandman. To be 
buried at Cowfold. To poor of Cowfold 10 s . To each of the 
children of my son Nicholas Faulconer i2 d . To son Thomas Faulconer 
i2 d , and to each of his children 2 s . To daughter Mary, wife of 
Robert Frend of Brighthelmstone, i2 d , and to each of her children i2 d . 
To son William Faulconer J~io and a joined bedstead which stood in 
my parlor at Newtimber. To daughter Catherine ,£15 at 18. To 
daughter Ursula Faulconer £20 at 18. To son Allen Faulconer £40 
at 21. To daughter Elizabeth £20 at 18. To daughter Susan £20 at 
21. Residue to wife Elizabeth, executrix. Friends Robert Frend of 
Brighthelmstone, John Michell of Cowfold and Bernard Burtenshaw 
of Bolney, overseers. Dated 1 May 1631. Proved 17 June 1631, 
by the relict. 

P.C.C. 74 St. John. 



J 33 



1632. 



WILLIAM FAULCONER of Cuckfield, yeoman. Wife Elizabeth 
whole executrix. Certain furniture to sons Richard and William. 
To daughter Mary £100 at 21 or marriage, wife to have use of same 
in meantime towards her meat, drink, apparel and education. If goods 
insufficient to pay debts, executrix to have coppice woods on lands 
called Northlands, in Cuckfield, with right to fell wood, &c. Residue 
to executrix. Overseers : John Challenor and John Faulconer, my 
brothers. Witnesses: Thomas Challenor, &c. Dated 11 June 1632. 
Proved 6 July 1632, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 22, fo. 37. 



1633. 

T^HOMASINE FAULCONER of Willingdon, spinster. To poor 
-L of Willingdon 20 s , of Eastbourne 10 s . To brother William 
Faulconer all such goods, &c , " as lately was my mother's." 
Godchildren : . . . daughter of Edward Smith, Robert son of 
John Bartholomew, . . . son of widow Thetcher, Mary daughter of 
Edward Nicholas, Frances daughter of Edward Blaker, Thomasine 
Wood, . . . wife of William Mepham, . . . wife of Thomas Draper, 
John Wood and Elizabeth George. Mourning gloves to all Sir 
Thomas Parker's children, M r Guilbert and wife, Ralph Edwards 
and wife, widow Faulconer and daughter Elizabeth, M 1 ' Henry 
Faulconer, his wife and all his brothers and sisters, my cousin Page 
and wife, Thomas Taylor, his wife and daughter, M r Benjamin Scarlett, 
his wife and all his children, William Bishop and wife, Richard Luxford, 
wife and all his children, M r Pell, M r Nicholas and wife, Thomas 
Crunden and wife, Edward Bodle, his wife and daughter, John Taylor's 
wife and my brother William. Clothing to John Taylor's wife, 
William Mepham's wife and her sister Elizabeth, Joane Dyer, Katherine 
Easton and widow Taylor. To Frances Bovis my Bible. Residue 
to poorest of my kindred at discretion of my executors, my cousin 
M r Henry Faulconer, M r Benjamin Scarlett and M r William Bishop. 
Dated 27 April 1633. Proved n June 1633, by Henry Faulconer and 
Benjamin Scarlett, gent, power reserved to William Bishop. 

Lewes, Book A 2j, fo. 37. 

Caveat lodged 2 May 1633, by Richard Luxford, gent, next 
relative to deceased. 

Lewes, Book B 6, fo. 152. 



i63f. 

HENRY FAULCONER, Senior, of East Greenstead, yeoman. 
To son Thomas Faulconer i2 d . To son John Faulconer i2 d . 
To Henry Faulconer i2 d . To Henry Faulconer, the son of John 
Faulconer, aforesaid, i2 d . To his son Thomas Faulconer i2 d . To his 



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son John Faulconer i2 d . To his daughter Elizabeth i2 d . To my 
son Edward Faulconer i2 d . To my daughter Joane, wife of Robert 
Drewe, i2 d . To Joane Drewe, her daughter, i2 d . To Susan Drewe, 
her daughter, i2 d . To Bridget Drewe, her daughter, i2 d . To my 
daughter Dorothy, wife of Thomas Ellis, i2 d . To Thomas Ellis, 
her son, i2 d . Residuary legatee and executor, my son Henry 
Faulconer. Overseers : M r Thomas Dyne of East Grinstead and 
Richard Constable of Ashehurst, in Kent. Witnesses : John 
Underhill, Michal Constable. Dated 6 November 1632. Proved 
6 March 163I-, by Henry Faulconer, son of deceased. 

Lewes, Book A 23, fo. g8. 



1636. 

CATHERINE FAULCONER of Hurstpierpoint. Memorandum, 
that she made her last will nuncupative about two days before 
her death, about 14 March 1635. To Magdalen and Charity Cooper, 
daughters of James Cooper of Hurstpierpoint, a silver spoon each. 
To Thomas Faulconer i s . To brother William Faulconer i s . Residue 
to James Cooper, executor. Witnesses : Margaret, wife of John 
Newnam, and Anne Stanbridge, widow. Proved 17 May 1636, by 
James Cooper, executor. 

Lewes, Book A 24, fo. gg. 

Caveat entered 22 March 1636 by Robert Friend of Brighton. 

Lewes, Book B 6, fo. 246. 



1638. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Hurstmonceux, yeoman. To poor 
of Hurstmonceux 30 s . To Mary Waterhouse my kinswoman 
;£io at 26. To Edward Choune my son-in-law and Mary his wife 
bedstead, linen, &c, and "one chest having letters for my daughter's 
name thereupon " and ^40 paid within a year after my son William 
is 2i. To wife Mary certain goods and ^40. Gives authority 
"to fell, cut, coale and sell my Coppice wood" in parish of Brightling 
" this present year following." And after this year has expired, to 
cut, &c, woods in Burwash. Residue of real and personal estate 
to son William. Wife Mary and son William joint executors till 
William is 21, then William to be sole executor. Overseers : Son-in-law 
Edward Choune and Thomas Pettit my brother-in-law. Witnesses : 
Edward Choane, William Hammond. Dated 10 September 1638. 
Proved 25 October 1638, by Mary Faulconer, the relict, power reserved 
for William Faulconer. 

Lewes, Book A 2J, fo. 161 a. 



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i639- 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of West Firle, yeoman. To wife 
Thomason all household stuff and two kine that were hers 
before I married her and the four acres of wheat already sown upon 
the lands of her former husband Robert Colvill, and also £20. 
To eldest son William Faulconer ,£50, and to three other sons John, 
Gregory and Robert ^30 each at 24. To three daughters Sarah, 
Hanna and Elizabeth £20 each at 21. All copyhold lands, &c, in 
Chiddingly, held of manor of Laughton, to James Vine of Laughton, 
carpenter, sole executor, on trust to sell same and divide, together 
with all the residue of my estate, between my children. Overseers : 
Gregory Wilding and brother John Faulconer. Dated 30 October 
1639. Proved 30 November 1639, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A 26, fo. 78. 



1 64 1. 

TOANE FAULCONER of Barcombe, widow. Administration of 
J her will granted to Launcelot Faulconer, the son and executor 
14 April 1641. 

Lewes, Book B 7, fo. 2jo. 



1646. 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Ripe. 164& March. On the ninth 
day issued a commission to Henry Faulconer, esquire, nearest of 
kin of Richard Faulconer of Ripe, co. Sussex, deceased, a bachelor, 
to administer the goods, &c, of the said deceased, &c. 

P.C.C. 29, 1646. 

1646, June. On the tenth day issued a commission to Anne 
Browne, alias Faulconer, Thomas Faulconer and Henry Faulconer, 
kin to Richard Faulconer, late of Ripe, co. Sussex, deceased, to 
administer, &c. 

P.C.C. 79, 1646. 



1647. 

A NNE FAULCONER of Arundel. To son John Faulconer, 
under 21, all my goods, &c, executor. Executor in trust, Robert 
Crossingham of Littlehampton. Dated 5 June 1647. Proved 13 July 
1647, by executor in trust. 

Chichester, Book XXL., fo. 149. 



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1649. 

OUSANNA FAULCONER of Hailsham, widow. To poor widows 
v3 of Willingdon 20 s . To son-in-law John Mead a 20 s piece of gold. 
To son Thomas Faulconer's wife a 15 s piece of gold. To son John 
Faulconer's wife a 15 s piece of gold, my best riding suit, &c. To 
grandchild Elizabeth, daughter of son Thomas Faulconer, ^35 at 18. 
To grandchild John Faulconer, son of John Faulconer, ^35 at 18. 
To grandchild William, son of John Faulconer, ^35 at 18 and my 
husband's seal ring. To three grandchildren Susanna, John and 
Martha Page 20 s each at 18. To four grandchildren Susanna, William, 
John and Thomas Mepham 20 s each at 18. To Elizabeth and George 
Marshall 10 s each at 18. Residuary legatees and executors: My two 
sons John Faulconer and Thomas Faulconer. Witnesses : John 
Faulconer and others. Dated 2 April 1647. Proved 15 November 
1649, by executors. pcc ^ 



1650. 

YyTLLIAM FAWLKENER of Cuckfield. 1650, August 14 th . 

* * Commission issued to Elizabeth Fawlkener, relict of William 
Fawlkener, late of Cuckfield, co. Sussex, deceased, to administer, &c. 

P.C.C. 128, 1650. 



" T THOMAS FAULCONER of East Greensted in the County of 
J- Sussex, yeoman." To be buried at East Grinstead. To the four 
children of my nephew Henry Faulconer of East Grinstead each at 
age of 21. To the nine children of my nephew John Faulconer of 
Balcombe, his brother, ^5 each at age of 21. To my nephew Edward 
Faulconer ^5, his two children. To the six children of Thomas and 
Dorothy Ellis ^5 each at age of 21. To the four eldest daughters of 
Thomas Fuller of Linfield, blacksmith, 20 s each. To my cousin John 
Worth of Hurst, husbandman, 20 s . My nephew Henry Faulconer, 
esquire. My cousin german, Richard Faulconer, late of Ripe, 
deceased. Executors : nephews John and Henry Faulconer. 
Witnesses: Geo: Kipping, Edward Lucas. Dated 6 December 1650. 
Proved 11 February 165L, by Henry Faulconer, brother(wV) of deceased, 
power resolved to John Faulconer, the brother (sic) also of deceased, 
and other executors. p Q c 28 Rowyer 



1656. 

T AMES FAULCONER of Eastry, co. Kent, yeoman. Son Thomas 
J Faulconer. Daughter Anne. Daughter Susan, wife of Thomas 
Edwards, and their children William and Sarah Edwards, under 21. 
Executor and residuary legatee, son William Faulconer. Dated 
27 November 1656. Proved 28 December 1656, by executor. 

P.C.C. 456 Berkley. 



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WILLIAM FAULCONER of Elsted, co. Surrey. Administration 
granted 14 July 1657, to Agnes, the relict. 

P.C.C. 166, 1637. 



1659. 

THOMAS FAUKNER of Alborne, co. Sussex, tailor. Son Thomas. 
Son George. His daughter Mary at age of 21. My daughter 
Elizabeth, wife of Richard Longley. Their children Elizabeth and 
Richard Longley. My daughter Jane, wife of William Stenne. Their 
daughter Annis Stenne. Wife Annis Faukner, sole executrix. 
Witnesses: Ed: Neges, Thos: Marchant. Dated 11 April 1659. 
Proved 15 June 1659, by Agnes Faukner, relict. 

P.C.C. 3Q4 Pell. 



1667. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Ripe, alias Eckington. Nuncupative. 
In presence and hearing of Thomas Earle and Margaret Vine. 
All goods to be sold by brother Alexander Vine of Laughton and 
kinsman Thomas Wade of Ripe, alias Eckington, the executors. 
Residue to my three children Elizabeth, William and Stephen Faulconer 
at 21. Overseer: Friend Thomas Earle of Ripe. Dated 18 September 
1667. Proved 2 November 1667, by executors. 

Lewes, Book A 30, fo. 361. 



1668. 

MARY FAULCONER of Kingston Bowsey, widow To son 
William Faulconer two pairs of sheets, and to his two children 
now living, William and Thomas, each two silver spoons worth 8 s a 
spoon. To daughter Chowne's three children, Edward, Elizabeth and 
Nicklis, ^5 each. To four of said daughter's younger children, 
Thomas, William, Bray and John, two spoons each. Residuary 
legatee and executrix, daughter Chowne's daughter Rachel. To son 
Chowne and his wife and to son Faulconer and his wife each a ring. 
Dated 7 June 1661. Proved in 1668, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 31, fo. 47. 

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1 668. 



WILLIAM FAULCONER of Wivelsfield, husbandman. Executor 
and residuary legatee, William Faulconer, youngest son. 
Overseer, brother Richard Faulconer. Richard Faulconer my eldest 
son. Elizabeth Goldsmith my daughter. Witnesses : W m Harfell, 
John Faulconer. Dated 20 January 1668. Proved 6 March 1668, by 
William Faulconer, the youngest son. 

Peculiar of South Mailing, Book G, fo. J?. 



1668. 




ENRY FAULCONER of Balcombe. Administration granted 
24 October 1668, to John Faulconer, the brother. 



P.C.C. 149, 1668. 



167 I. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Chalvington, gent. To wife 
Elizabeth annuity of ^20 out of messuage and lands in 
Chalvington during widowhood, in lieu of her thirds and right of dower. 
If she marry then annuity of ^14 only. To daughters Elizabeth, Mary, 
Sarah, Ann and Katherine ^60 each at 21 or marriage. To two 
younger sons William and Edward ^100 at 21. Trustees : Sir Thomas 
Dyke, knight, and Thomas Nutt, esquire. Residuary legatee and 
executrix : Wife Elizabeth. Witnesses : Edward Kidder, Robert 
Shoebridge. Dated 3 March 1657. Proved 3 March 167 1, by 
executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 32, fo. 316. 



167 I. 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Wivelsfield, husbandman. Wife 
Alice £10, also a feather bed for life, and after her death to 
son John. To eldest son Richard ^40 and half of household goods, 
the other half to son John. Residue to youngest son John, executor. 
Overseer, brother William Faulconer. Witnesses : John Wood, Henry 
West, William Faulconer. Dated 25 September 1664. Proved 
8 April 1 67 1, by the executor. 

Lewes, Book A 32, fo. 170. 



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i6;i. 

THOMAS FAULKNER of Ford, yeoman. To be buried at 
Bury. To three daughters Mary, Elizabeth and Alice Faulkner 
,£50 each at 18 out of copyhold lands in Houghton. To son Thomas 
Faulkner ,£20 at 21. Wife Elizabeth, executrix, to pay for the finding 
of my son Thomas Faulkner into my copyhold in North Bersted. 
Overseer : Hugh Goffe of Aldingbourne, yeoman. Witnesses : Richard 
Goble and William Franklin. Dated 10 April 167 1. Proved 5 May 
167 1, by the relict. 

Chichester, Book XXV., fo. 33. 



167 I. 

WILLIAM FAULKNER of Amberley, yeoman. To sister 
Mary Browne sums of j£jo, ^16, ^5 and ^5 now on mortgage, 
&c. To sister's youngest daughter Elizabeth Greene, wife of . . . 
Greene, a little house in Amberley and one rood of meadow land 
called Noeman's Land and ^20 and ^5. To Alee Brown, the 
eldest daughter, three acres of meadow land in Northmeade and two 
acres of arable in Eastfields, &c. To Thomas Faulkner, living at 
Ford, all my lands in North Bersted, sole executor. Witnesses : John 
Francis and Ralph Browne, the younger. Dated 11 February 1670. 
Proved 5 May 167 1, by Elizabeth Faulconer, relict of Thomas 
Faulconer, the executor, he having died in the meantime. 

Chichester, Book XXV., fo. 33. 



I675- 

GEORGE FAULCONER of Plumpton, husbandman. Nuncupative. 
Everything to Sarah my wife. Witnesses : Richard Turner, 
Richard Marten. Dated 24 December 1675. Proved 5 February 
1675, by above-named witnesses. 

Lewes, Book A 34. 

1676. 

^THOMAS FAULCONER of Hastings, chirurgeon. House, &c, 
J- in Hastings and ^,100 to nephew Edward Stone, son of John 
Stone of Angmering, mercer, and Elizabeth his wife, my sister, now 
under 2 1 years. To nephew John Stone, the now youngest son, under 
21 years, ^100. To brother-in-law John Stone my mare, &c, and 
£20. To sister Elizabeth ^50. To kinswoman Elizabeth Thunder 
£\o and sundry household effects. To the poor of the Independent 
Congregation at Lewes 20 s . Sundry bequests to friends. Residue to 
sister Elizabeth, she and her husband, executors. Dated 5 February 
1675. Proved 1 March 1676, by the executors. 

Lewes, Book A 34, fo. 263. 



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1676. 



HENRY FAULCONER of West Hoathly, gent. To wife Anne 
copyhold messuage, tenements and lands in Bawcombe, late 
Newmans, called the Westupps, surrendered, &c, to lord of manor of 
Keynes by the hands of Edward Faulconer and Ninian Tayler (?), two 
customary tenants of said manor, &c, until my son Valentine Faulconer 
attain 28 years, then said lands to him. To said son Valentine 
Faulconer ^£io at 21. To son Benjamin Faulconer j£io at 21. To 
eldest daughter Susana Faulconer £200 at 21. To daughter Mary 
Faulconer £100 at 21. Residue to wife Anne Faulconer, sole 
executrix. Witnesses : Edmund Faulconer, Ninyan Tayler (?), Alex r 
Luxford. Dated 23 May 1676. Proved 14 July 1676, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 34, fo. 2op. 



1676. 

SARAH FAULCONER of Plumpton, widow. To brothers John 
and Richard Pilben £20 each. Residue to brother Thomas and 
sister Mary Pilben, joint executors. Witnesses : Richard Turner, 
Margaret Wickham. Dated 25 May 1676. Proved 14 October 1676, 
by John (sic) and Mary Pilben. 

Lewes, Book A 34, fo. 234. 



1676. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Wivelsfield, weaver. To wife Elizabeth, 
J sole executrix, all goods, lands and tenements in Wivelsfield for life, 
remainder to son John Faulconer. To daughter Elizabeth ^40. 
If son and daughter die s.p. then at wife's death Francis Nuneham (?) 
my brother by my mother's side to have £20. Dated 30 January 167!. 
Proved 26 October 1676, by the executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 34, fo. 23g. 



1681. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Hurstmonceux, gent. Formerly of 
Wartling. Wife Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Aynscombe of 
Mayfield, esquire, and Mary his wife, on whom, in April 1656, I 
settled copyhold estate in Burwash (Trustees : Henry Peckham of 
Chichester, esquire, and John Houghton of Mayfield, gent). Said 
lands now in trust to John Roberts of the Priory in Warbleton and 
kinsman John Pettitt of Hellingly, to maintain and bring up my 
four youngest children Thomas, Leonard, John and Mary. All personal 
estate to wife Elizabeth, sole executrix. Dated 19 February 1680. 
Proved 10 April 1681, by the relict. 

Lewes, Book A 35, fo. 331. 



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1 682. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Balcombe, yeoman. To wife Anne ^5. 
J To daughter Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Standen, my lease of 
Yewtrees farm. To said daughter Standen's three children 10 s each. 
To son Thomas ^30, and to his six children 10 s each. To son John 
Faulconer io 3 . To daughter Susan, wife of Thomas Gardiner, £10, 
and to her two sons 10 s each. To daughter Sarah, wife of Ninian 
Creasy, 10 s . To her four daughters 10 s each. To grandson Henry 
Faulconer 10 s , and to grand-daughter Sarah 10 s . To daughter Jane 
£40, a bed, &c. Residue to son Henry Faulconer, sole executor. 
Dated 4 September 1680. Proved 9 November 1682, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A 36, fo. 36-37. 



1 69 I. 

HANNA SMITH, alias Faulconer of Chichester. Deceased at 
Portsmouth. Administration granted 24 December 1691 to 
Thomas Smith, the husband. P C C 231 1691 



l69§. 

HENRY FAULCONER of Balcombe, yeoman. To be buried at 
Balcombe. All, after payment of debts, to wife Mary Faulconer, 
to bring up my four children if she remains a widow she shall have it 
for life, but if she marry then to be divided between my children. Wife 
Mary sole executrix. Witnesses : Tho s Chatfield, John Faulconer. 
Dated 31 January 169I. Proved 8 March 169!, by executrix. 

'. Leives, Book A 41, fo. 71. 



1693. 

THOMAS FAULCONER of Balcombe. Administration granted 
16 September 1693, to Catherine Faulconer, the relict, she and 
Walter Hunter of Balcombe, yeoman, and Andrew Lawrence of Lewes, 

innholder, bound in f,xoo. T „ , „ , 

' Lewes, Book B T2, fo. 32. 



1694. 

A NNE FAULCONER of Balcombe. Wife of John Faulconer of 
Balcombe, yeoman. " Infirm and well stricken in years." To 
husband ^5. To daughter Mary, wife of George Ede, 5 s . To grand- 
son George Ede jQ&o at 21. To grandson John Ede ^43 at 21. 
To grandson Thomas Ede ^40 at 21. To grandson James Ede ^40 
at 2i. To grand-daughter Mary Ede £10 at 21. To grand-daughter 
Anne Ede ^30 at 21. To grand-daughter Sarah Ede ,£20. Residue 
to grandson James Wood, sole executor. Dated 1 July 1682. Proved 

21 September 1694. T „ , * r 

v y ^ Lewes, Book A 42, fo. 50-ji. 



142 



1696. 



ELIZABETH FAULCONER of Chalvington, widow. To grandson 
Thomas Westgate bed, &c. To sons and their wives, viz., William 
Faulconer and Elizabeth his wife, Richard Payne and Mary his wife, 
Roger Fillary and Ann his wife, Anthony Westgate and Elizabeth 
his wife, Charles Harison and Katherine his wife i2 d each. To 
William Stucke and Sarah his wife, 5 s each. Residuary legatee and 
executor: Son Edward Faulconer. Dated 14 April 1696. Proved 
23 December 1696. 

Lewes, Book A 42, fo. 184, 



1697. 

HENRY FAULCONER of West Hoathly, yeoman. Messuage 
lands, &c, known as Newcomb in West Hoathly, to wife Elizabeth 
Faulconer for life, remainder to grandson Robert Payne. To son-in-law 
Robert Payne ^5, to be paid two years after executor is 21. To 
daughter Sarah Payne, wife of Robert Payne, ^5, to be paid at same 
time. To grand-children Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah and William Payne, 
children of above, ^5 at 21. If any die before 21, then to grandson 
Robert Payne. Residue to wife Elizabeth Faulconer, and grandson 
Robert Payne, executors. Overseers : John Pryor of Maresfield and 
Edward Soane of East Grinstead. Witnesses : Rich d Hunt, Ben : 
Faulconer, John Stening. Dated 25 September 1696. Proved 8 May 
1697, by Elizabeth Faulconer, power reserved to Robert Payne. 

Lewes, Book A 43, fo. 8. 



1700. 

ANNE FAULCONER of Crawley, widow, Administration granted 
on the last day of September 1700, to John Peters of Crawley, 
carpenter, and Elizabeth his wife. Said John Peters, Thomas Saunders 
of Worth, farmer, and John Hodson of Lewes, watchmaker, bound 
in ^20. 

Lewes, Book B 13, fo. jj. 



1701. 

T OHN FAULCONER of Wadhurst, yeoman. To brother Richard 
J Faulconer 20 s . To John Faulconer, son of my brother Richard 
Faulconer, £10. To William Shoesmith, son of Edward Shoesmith, 
40 s . Residue to wife Anne, sole executrix. Dated 4 May 1701 
[13 William]. Proved 12 July 1701 by Bridget Faulconer, administratrix 
to Anne Faulconer. 

Peculiar of South Mailing, Book LLL, fo 177. 



l 43 



1701. 



RICHARD FAULCONER of Frant. Administration granted to 
Bridget Faulconer, the relict, she and Thomas Porter of Wadhurst, 
gent, and James Groombridge of Frant, tailor, bound in ^200. 
Approximate inventory exhibited 10 September 1701, extended to 
10 November 1701. 

Lewes, Book B 13, fo. 45. 



1 70 1. 

ANNE FAULCONER of Wadhurst. Nuncupative. Cousin Mary 
Russell. Niece Bridgett Faulconer, widow, now wife of Richard 
Pyneon, to have all my estate, but to pay J~io to my god-daughter, the 
daughter of Thomas Lamb of Tunbridge, and to niece Ann Russell, 
wife of Edward Quested, £10 each. Dated- n May 1701. Proved 
22 October 1701, and administration granted to Bridget Faulconer. 

Peculiar of South Mailing, Book III., fo. 188. 



1703. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Cuckfield. Administration granted 
J 18 January 1703, to Richard and John Faulconer of Cuckfield, 
yeomen, sons of deceased, Joane, the relict, renouncing. Said John 
and Richard, and Henry Gates of Cuckfield, yeoman, and John Tooke 
of Lewes, innholder, sureties. 

Lewes, Book B 14, fo. 2. 



I703- 

EDWARD FAULCONER, the elder, of Balcombe, yeoman. To 
son John Faulconer io 5 . To daughter Ann Hamblin 10 s . 
To daughter Sarah Faulconer ^150, and one bed which was 
M rs Cotten's my sisters. To son Edward Faulconer 10 s . To son 
George Faulconer 10 s . To Thomas Booarar, my grandson, ^5. To 
Sarah Faulconer, my wife, and Henry Faulconer, my son, all my goods, 
in goods and out goods, but if my wife re-marries then all to son 
Henry. To son Walter Faulconer i s . Wife and son Henry executors. 
Witnesses: Richard Jellat, John Vmphre, Walter Watter. Dated 
18 April 1699. Proved 17 May 1703, by Henry Faulconer, power 
reserved to Sarah Faulconer. 

Lewes, Book A 45, fo. 112. 



I 706. 

T EONARD FAULCONER of Eastbourne, bachelor. Administra- 
-1— ' tion granted 6 April 1706, to Mary, wife of Richard Holmes, 
sister of deceased (intestate). Bondsmen : Richard Holmes of 
Eastbourne, gent, Thomas Worge of the same, gent, and Thomas 
Holland of the same, yeoman. 

Lewes, Book B 14, fo. 6g. 

144 



1709. 

SARAH FAULCONER of Balcombe, widow. To sons John, 
Walter, Edward and George Faulconer, and two daughters 
Sarah Faulconer and Anne Hamlin, 5 s each. To grandson Thomas 
Bowra ,£30. To the four children of my son George Faulconer, that 
is to say Edward, John, George and Henry Faulconer, ,£10 each, to 
be paid to my son John Faulconer and my son-in-law William Hamlin 
for their use, and to be paid to them at 21. All copyhold estate called 
Seamans and Coopers, near Staplefield and Ashford, in Cuckfield, to 
son Walter Faulconer for life, remainder to his son William Faulconer, 
remainder to his heirs, remainder to my right heirs. Copyhold called 
Eaglesford, alias Morris, in Twineham, to son Henry Faulconer, subject 
to payment of above legacies ; otherwise to son John Faulconer and 
son-in-law William Hamlin of West Hoathly, yeoman, on trust to sell 
same, pay the above legacies and hand over balance to son Henry 
Faulconer. Executor and residuary legatee, son Henry Faulconer. 
Overseers : son John Faulconer and William Hamlin. Dated 1 2 
November 1707. Proved 9 December 1709, by the executor. 

Leives, Book A ^7, fo. 251. 



1718. 

THOMAS FAULKNER of North Bersted, yeoman. Copyhold 
lands in Pagham to son Thomas Faulkner, also copyhold messuage 
and 16 acres in North Bersted and two parcels of land called 
" Catlands " in manor of Shripney, but if said Thomas should marry 
Anne Silver, daughter of Rosamond Silver of South Bersted, widow, 
foregoing bequest to become void and said lands, &c, to go to 
youngest son William Faulkner. Certain copyhold lands in North 
Bersted and 30 acres in South Bersted to youngest son William 
Faulkner. To wife Anne To two daughters Elizabeth and 

Anne Faulkner ^250 each. Residue to youngest son William 
Faulkner, executor, now a minor. Edward Sadler and John Staker 
of Aldingbourne, yeomen, executors in trust and guardians of said 
William till 21. Overseers: M r John Woodyer of Oving, clerk, and 
M r William Peashey of Cbilgrove, gent. Witnesses : John Wakeford 
and Will" 1 Wakeford, J r . Dated 5 April 17 18. Proved 20 September 
1 7 18, by the guardians. 

Archdeaconry Court of Chichester, fo. 228. 



1719. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of the Cliffe. Administration granted 
12 May 1 7 19, to Catherine Faulconer, the daughter. Sureties: 
Catherine Faulconer, spinster, Joane Wade of Cliffe, spinster, and 
Nathaniel Austin of the same, mercer. 

Peculiar of South Mailing, Book V., fo. 299. 



145 



1720. 



GEORGE FAULCONER of Cowfold, yeoman. To be buried at 
Balckham. To Edward Faulconer, my eldest son, and John 
Faulconer, my next eldest son, copyhold lands in Cuckfield, called 
Haseldeane, after the decease of me and Jane my wife. If either 
of said sons Edward or John die without issue, then my daughter 
Mary Faulconer to have ^20 within six months after the decease 
of either the said Edward or John out of the said lands called 
Haseldeane. To daughter Mary Faulconer £50 at 21 or marriage. 
To my son George Faulconer i s . My wife Jane Faulconer to have 
sufficient necessary furniture to a chamber during her life, after her 
death to daughter Mary. Sons Edward and John, residuary legatees 
and executors. John Faulconer, my brother, and John Browne, my 
brother, overseers. Witnesses : Elizabeth Faulconer (her mark), 
Thomas Barden (his mark), Henry Nycall. Dated 28 February 17 if. 
Proved 23 July 1720, by Edward Faulconer, power reserved to 
John Faulconer. z ^ ^ A ^ fg ^ 



1720. 

ANNE FAULCONER of Lewes, spinster. Copyhold called Beech, 
alias Kenmead, in Cuckfield, to my brother-in-law Robert Hall of 
Horsham and his son John Hall, on trust to sell same and pay 
following legacies : — To said trustees, executors, ^10 each. To 
Robert, eldest son of said Robert Hall, 2 guineas. To Samuel, 
Thomas and Matthew Hall, his other sons, 2 guineas each. To Mary 
Bysshe, relict of Thomas Bysshe, 2 guineas, and to her daughter 
Susanna 1 guinea. To Elizabeth, wife of James Pilfold of Horsham, 
2 guineas. To niece Mary Bristow ^150 and wearing apparel. To 
William Bristow, son of my nephew William Bristow, ^50 to bind him 
apprentice. Residue to nephew William Bristow. Dated 17 December 
17 16. Proved 7 November 1720, by executors. 

Lewes, Book A §0, fo. 2g6. 



1722. 

RICHARD FAULCONER of Cuckfield. Administration granted 
13 April 1722, to John Faulconer, his brother. Sureties: said 
John Faulconer, John Warden of same, yeoman, John Ledgetter of 
Lewes and of Cuckfield, yeoman, innholder. 

Lewes, Book B 16, fo. 116. 



1725. 

pDWARD FAULCONER of Cowfold. Administration granted 

24 July 1725, to John Faulconer, brother of the deceased. 

Sureties : the aforesaid John Faulconer of East Grinstead, blacksmith, 

Richard Verrall of Lewes, innholder, and Thomas Norman of the same, 

bookseller. , _ , _ , , 

Lewes, Book B 10, fo. 151. 



146 



1 727- 

SARAH FAULCONER of West Hoathly, spinster. To three 
nieces, Mary, Anne and Elizabeth Faulconer, daughters of my 
brother Edward Faulconer, ^5 each at 21. To three nephews, John, 
George and Henry Faulconer, sons of my brother George Faulconer, 
,£10 each at 21. To niece Mary, daughter of my brother George 
Faulconer, J~io at 21. To Sarah Browne, daughter of Thomas Browne 
of West Hoathly, yeoman, £10 at 21 ; and if any of the above are 21 
at my death, then within 12 months of my death. To my four brothers, 
John, Walter, Edward and Henry Faulconer, i s each. Residuary 
legatee and executrix my sister Anne, wife of William Hamlyn of West 
Hoathly, yeoman. Witnesses : Anne Wheeler, Farthingando Pelling 
and Thomas Short. Dated 29 December 1726. Proved 24 November 
1727, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 52, fo. 391. 



1730. 

^THOMAS BROWN of West Hoathly, yeoman. Wife Anne. 

Daughters Mary Brown, Sarah Stidall and Anne Brown. Sons 
Thomas and Joseph Brown, executors, the latter being the youngest and 
under age. Trustee, Francis Ellis. Witnesses : George Faulconer, 
Anne Hamlin, &c. Dated 15 July 1730. Proved 31 August 1730, by 
Thomas Brown, Joseph Brown being under age. 

Lewes, Book A jj, fo. 148. 



I73I- 

HENRY FAULCONER of Balcombe, yeoman. To son John 
Faulconer ^100 at 21. Freehold messuage and lands in 
Cuckfield, called Grasslands, to Thomas Chatfield of Balcombe, clerk, 
my brother-in-law William Marchant and John Field of Hamsted, in 
Cuckfield, on trust till son John attains 21 years. Copyhold called 
the Morris, in Cuckfield, to son William at 21, but to pay ,£100 to 
his brother Henry. Copyhold messuage, &c, called Poll Stubb, 
held of manor of Slaugham, to wife Mary and the above named 
Thomas Chatfield, William Marchant and John Field, also two 
messuages in East Grinstead on trust, to sell same and divide proceeds 
between my children Ann, Mary, Henry and Sarah, under 21 years. 
Copyhold called Middle Castye, in Keymer, to wife for life, to raise 
^300, out of which she shall pay the lord of the manor his fine 
for the admittance of my son William, to whom I give said copyhold 
after my wife's death, the residue of ^300 to be divided between 
my children Ann, Mary, Henry and Sarah at 21. Household goods 
to be sold, and proceeds, with all personal estate, to be divided between 
said Ann, Mary, Henry and Sarah. Executors : my wife and the 
above-named trustees. Witnesses : Thomas Vaughan, Richard 
Stedman, Henry Vaus. Dated 24 December 1730. Proved 12 June 
I 73 I > by Mary Faulconer, power being reserved to the other executors. 

Lewes, Book A 53, fa- 242. 



147 



1 73 1- 



JOHN FAULCONER of Cuckfield, yeoman. To wife Mary £6 a 
J year for life, charged on Hill House, alias Kilseley, and household 
articles and furniture and her "dwelling" therein. To Henry 
Faulconer, son of my brother Walter Faulconer, £$. To Elizabeth 
Faulconer, his sister, £5. To George Faulconer, son of my late 
brother George Faulconer, £30 and two silver spoons. To Mary, 
sister of said George, £5. To my brother Edward Faulconer ,£30. 
To John Faulconer, son of my brother Henry Faulconer, ^10. To 
Ann and Mary, sisters of said John, £$ each. Above legacies to be 
paid by John Faulconer, son of my late brother George Faulconer. 
To poor of Cuckfield, Slaugham and Balcombe, 40 s to each parish. 
And to enable said John Faulconer, son of George Faulconer, to pay 
all the above, I bequeath him the said house, &c, called Hill House, 
alias Kilseley, and appoint him residuary legatee and executor. 
Witnesses : Hannah Browne, Mary Browne, W m Parson. Dated 
24 September 1730. Proved 4 August 1731, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A 53, fo. 262. 



17 Al- 

WILLIAM HAMLIN of West Hoathly, yeoman. Messuage, 
farm, &c, called Brookhouse, in West Hoathly, to wife Anne 
for life, and after her death to Oliver Stidulph, late of Eaton Bridge, 
but now of Penshurst, co. Kent, clothier, remainder to his wife, 
Sarah Stidulph, remainder to their son Hamlin Stidulph, my godson, 
but to pay ^50 each to each of his brothers William and Thomas 
Stidulph. Messuage, &c, called Falling Mill Lands, in Ardingly 
and West Hoathly, to wife for life, remainder to godson William Hamlin, 
youngest son of Thomas Hamlin of Lindfield, gent. Residuary legatee 
and executrix, wife Anne. Dated 7 August 1741. Proved 11 January 
i'74f, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 36, fo. 386. 



i74f- 

A NNE HAMLIN of West Hoathly, widow. Twelve rods of land, 
dwelling house and carpenter's shop at Hapsted Green, in Ardingly, 
to niece Elizabeth Faulconer, youngest daughter of my brother Edward 
I^aulconer. To my great-niece and god-daughter Ann Faulconer, 
daughter of my nephew John Faulconer of West Hoathly, blacksmith, 
my large silver tankard now in possession of John Faulconer, her 
father. To my brother Edward Faulconer £10. To my great-nephew 
Thomas Bowra of Southwark, haberdasher, £$0. To my great- 
nephew, Edward Faulconer, son of said John Faulconer, £5. To 
Ann, wife of Edward Curtis of Horsham, ironmonger, £5. Residuary 
legatee and executrix, my niece Elizabeth Faulconer. Dated 
17 January i74§. 

148 



Codicil. — To niece Ann Pollintine, wife of Thomas Pollintine, ^50. 
To the present youngest son of said Thomas and Ann Pollintine, whom 
I desire may be called by the name of Hamlin, ^50 to apprentice him 
at 14 years to a carpenter or any other trade he shall make choice of 
with consent of Thomas Buckwell of Balcombe, yeoman, and William 
Mason of Hammendenland, in West Hoathly, yeoman. To Oliver 
Stidulph of Penshurst, Kent, my two feather beds, &c. Dated 
29 January i74f. Proved 21 February 174!, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 36, fo. 398. 



1749. 

EDWARD FAULCONER of West Hoathly, yeoman. To wife 
Mary for life an annuity derived from tithes payable for certain 
lands lying in Cuckfield, known as Rowhill and Grove Land. At her 
death to daughter Mary, wife of William Harden. Executrix and 
residuary legatee, wife Mary. Witnesses : Bristow Burgery, William 
Mason, William Huggett. Dated 1 November 1745. Proved 13 
September 1749 [sic], by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 38, fo. 76 



I750. 

"DENJAMIN FAULCONER of East Grinstead, gent. My cousin 
-L' Edward Green of East Grinstead. My cousin Susannah Bennett 
of East Grinstead, widow. Her daughter Ann Bennett. Cousin 
Thomas Green of Marsh Green and Martha his wife. Katherine Green, 
their daughter. To my godson Benjamin Faulconer of West Hoadley, 
co. Sussex, ,£100. Sole executor, Edward Green. Witnesses : W m 
Cranston, Hen: Penfold, W: Hen: Benge. Dated 17 April 1746. 
Proved 10 April 1750. 

r.C.C. 112 Greenly. 



1754- 

JOHN FAULCONER of Cuckfield, plumber and glazier. To 
J brother William Faulconer ^25. To my nephew John Comber 
^50. To sister Mary Ashfield ^50. To nephew and godson John 
Standing ^50. To poor of Balcombe _£io, and j£\o for a brass 
staunce for the church of Balcombe. Residuary legatee and executor, 
my brother Henry Faulconer. To be buried at Balcombe. Witness : 
John Joanes. Dated 12 February i74f. 

Codicil. — -"M rs Laseter which was formerly Jane Mivins (?) unless 
she had a better husband my desire is that not one penny shall come 
into such a fellow's hands, therefore I cross out the same as within 
mentioned, if she had married a man that had one good part belonging 
to him I never would have done it." Dated 14 June 1751. 
Administration granted 29 July 1754, to John Ashfield, husband of 
Mary Ashfield, sister of the deceased, Henry Faulconer, the executor 
named, renouncing. 

Lewes, Book A 39, fo. gy. 



149 



1753. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Chiltington, yeoman. Messuage, farms, 
&c, called Posiers and Jacklands, to wife Anne, remainder to my 
kinsman John Faulconer of Keymer, husbandman, both of whom 
executors. Dated 17 August 1754. Proved 30 May 1758, by executors. 

Lewes, Book A 59, fo. 681. South Mailing, D 8,fo. 82. 



1764. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Keymer, yeoman. All personal 
estate to Michael Chatfield of Ditchling, gent, and Stephen Burt 
of Cuckfield, tanner, on trust to pay interest on same to wife Mary 
for life, remainder to William Faulconer my son for life, remainder 
to two daughters Mary Potter and Anne Reece. Son William, executor. 
Dated 21 June 1755. Proved 28 January 1764, by executor. 

Lewes, Book A 61, fo. 8. 



1765. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Hellingly, farmer. To daughter 
Ann £&o. To daughter Hannah Webb £10. Residue to be 
sold by son-in-law Thomas Avery of Rounden, co. Kent, and Peter 
German of Bread, and £10 a year to be paid to wife Elizabeth 
Faulconer, remainder to Anne Faulconer my daughter. To daughter 
Elizabeth Avery one-third part of said money. To grandchildren, 
i.e., children of daughter Hannah Webb, one-third part. Executors : 
Thomas Avery and Peter German. Dated 7 December 1761. Proved 
1 July 1765 by the executors. 

Lewes, Book A 61, fo. 197. 



1768. 

WILLIAM FAULKNER of Aldingbourne, yeoman. To wife 
Mary annuity of ^10 and £,2$ now in her brother's hands 
and household goods that were hers before marriage. To son-in-law 
William Collins £10 yearly during life of my son Thomas, in trust 
for latter's maintenance. To eldest daughter Ann, wife of William 
Collins, ,£10 10 s , she having already had her marriage portion. To her 
children ,£50, to be equally divided. To daughter Jane ^300 in 
six months. To daughter Mary .£300 at 21 or day of marriage, with 
interest at four per cent. Copyhold in North Bersted to third son 
Edmund Faulkner. Copyhold in South Bersted and Pagham to 
youngest son John Faulkner. Residue to my brother-in-law Rev. 
Thomas Wellings, Rector of Tangmere, in trust for my three sons 
William, Edward and John Faulkner, so that each, with value of 

150 



copyhold lands included, shall have equal shares. Executors : M r 
Wellings and my three sons, the former to be guardian of any of 
my children under 21. Dated 31 March 1764. 

Codicil. — To wife ^15 instead of £10. To eldest daughter Ann 
Collins ^100 instead of £10 10 s . Dated 5 July 1766. Proved 
2 January 1768, by William and Edward Faulkner, two of the executors, 
M r Wellings having died, power being reserved to John Faulkner. 

Chichester ; Book XL/., fo, 319. 



1772. 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Aldingbourne, yeoman. My house 
at Westergate. Wife Sarah and brother-in-law William Collins, 
trustees, to carry on business for benefit of two children William and 
John Faulconer till 21. Dated 21 February 1770. Proved 18 April 
1772, by William Collins, power reserved to Sarah Faulconer. 

Chichester, Book XL//., fo. 293. 



1775- 

WILLIAM FAULCONER of Balcombe, yeoman. Copyhold in 
Balcombe to wife Mary for life ; at her death Whitehouse and 
Middle Castye, in Balcombe, to son Charles Faulconer, and " Parkers," 
in Balcombe, to son Edward Faulconer. To my sons William, John 
and said son Edward, and to daughter Mary, ^200 each. To my two 
daughters Mildred and Sarah ^50 each, chargeable on Whitehouse 
and Middle Casty. Residuary legatee and executrix wife Mary, with 
power to cut down timber necessary for expenses. Tuition, &c, of 
said children to wife during their respective minorities. Dated 18 March 
1763. Proved 4 September 1775, by executrix. 

Lewes, Book A 63, fo. 366. 



1780. 

JOHN FAULCONER of Henfield, gentleman. To daughter Ann, 
J wife of Abraham Baley, Esq 1 ", ,£20. To sons Benjamin and John 
Faulconer £700, which they now owe me, and ^100 which I intend 
soon to give them in my lifetime, on condition that they pay to my son 
William one-third part of such interest as they owe me at my decease. 
To my said son William ,£1,000 and all household goods, except linen 
and silver, but to pay ^10 to my son Benjamin and my watch and 
chain. The residue of personal estate, and all linen and plate, to my 
sons Benjamin, John and William, joint executors. Witnesses : Miles 
Williams, Eliz: Chasmore. Dated 7 November 1775. Proved 6 March 
1780, by Benjamin and John Faulconer, power reserved to William 
Faulconer. 

Lewes, Book A 64, fo. 133. 

I5 1 



SARAH BROOK of Bexhill, widow. To son William Brook ^200 
and all money owing to me by him at time of my death. To son 
George Brook ^200. To son John Brook ^100 and all money owing 
to me by him at my death. To daughters Cordelia, wife of Benjamin 
Faulkner of Petworth, gent, Elizabeth, wife of William Faulkner of 
Plumpton, farmer, Jane, wife of Charles Duedney of Guestling, gent, 
and Harriet, wife of William Clifford of West Hoathly, gent, ^300 to 
be equally divided. To daughter Sarah Brook ^500. To said 
daughters all rings and wearing apparel to be equally divided. To sons 
Stephen Brook and Arthur Brook all residue of monies and personal 
estate to be equally divided, joint executors. Witnesses : Sarah Buckell, 
John Tilden. Dated 10 October 1795. Proved 16 January 1796, 
by executors. Sworn under ^2,000. 

Lewes, Book A 6j, fa. 166-68. 



1796. 

BENJAMIN FAULCONER of Petworth. To daughter Elizabeth 
Faulconer ^200 at 21. To son Robert Hoffman Faulconer £200 
at 21. To wife Cordelia all freehold and copyhold lands, goods, &c, 
as sole executrix, but if she die before children come of age, I appoint 
my brothers John and William Faulconer trustees to my children. 
Witnesses: Sam 1 Ayling, John Allen, Tho: Allen. Dated 5 August 
1782. Proved (under ^2,000) 14 November 1796, by executrix. 

Chichester, Book XLV., fo. igi. 



1829. 



WILLIAM FAULCONER of Henfield Place, Henfield, 
co. Sussex, esquire. My son Stephen Sawyer Faulconer and 
his children Stephen, Thomas, William and John Faulconer. My 
late son Arthur Faulconer and his children George William 
Faulconer and Henry Verrall Faulconer. My son William Faulconer 
and his son Robert Stephen Faulconer. My daughters Ann, wife 
of John Woolgar, and Elizabeth Stunt. My late sister Ann Baley, 
buried in Henfield Church. My late wife's brother M r John 
Brook of Ashford. Executors: wife Elizabeth, son Stephen Sawyer 
Faulconer, John Smith, Charles Ellis and Francis Harding Gell. 
Witnesses : Thos : King, solicitor, Lewes, Jn° Hickson, draper, 
Henfield, Edwin Nath 1 Dawes, clerk to Messrs. King and Gell, 
Lewes. Proved 7 September 1829, by all the executors except 

Charles Ellis. „ „ „ , T . M , 

P.C.C. 6gg Liverpool. 

The foregoing abstracts from Registers, and abstracts 
of Wills, have been kindly sent me by 
John Comber of High Steep, Jarvis Brook, 
co. Sussex. — F. A. C. 

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INDEX. 




INDEX. 



A 

Aben, Elizabeth, 112. 
Abbott, Ann, 3 ; Jeremiah, 61. 
Abergavenny, Edward, Lord, 13 1. 
Acton, Richard, 126. 

Adams, Ann, 33 ; Elizabeth, 33, 35 ; 
John Ridley, 33 ; Jonathan, 33 ; Mary, 
33 ; Mary Ann, 33 ; Samuel, 33, 35 ; 
Susanna, 33 ; Thomas, 33. 

Addison, Agnes, 16; Agnes Batty, 16; 
Anne Agnes, 16 ; Charlotte Catherine, 
16 ; Henry, 16 ; John, 16 ; Louisa 
Caroline Mary Anne, 16 ; Lucy, 16 ; 
Richard, 16 ; Susanna, 16 ; Thomas 
Batty, 16 ; William, 16 ; William 
Starkie, 16. 

Adey, Emma, 23. 

Akehurst, Henry, 128 ; William, 128. 

Alexander, Isabel, 42. 

Alfraye, George, 125. 

Allen, John, 152 ; Thomas, 152. 

Alliott, R., 11. 

Allyer, John, 119; Philip, 119. 

Alvis, Catherine, 60, 61. 

Anderson, Bertha, 42. 

Angier, Thomas, 57, 58. 

Annesley, Arthur, 25 ; Eleanor, 25. 

Anscombe, Joane, 103 ; William, 103. 

Applegate, Mr., 128. 

Applewhaite, Thomas, 59. 

Archdeacon, John, 28. 

Arnold, Joane, 97 ; Nicholas, 97. 

Ashfold, Ashfeld or Ashfield, Joane, 1 14; 

John, 149; Mary, 149; Thomas, 114, 125. 
Athoath, Elizabeth, 47. 
Attree, Mary, 112. 
Atwood, Rev. — ,11. 
Austin, Nathaniel, 145. 
Avery, Elizabeth, 150; Thomas, 150. 
Awood, Robert, 126. 
Ayling, Samuel, 152. 

Aynscombe, Elizabeth, 141 ; Mary, 141 ; 
Thomas, 141. 



B 

Bacon, Martha, 67 ; Mary, 54, 55, 67 ; 

Nathaniel, 57, 58; Sir Nicholas, 54, 67 ; 

Philip, 54-56, 59, 67; Susan, 55, 56, 67. 
Bailey, William, 71. 



Baker, Albert, 30 ; Benjamin Arthur, 30 ; 

Daniel, 30 ; David Richard, 30 ; 

Elizabeth, 6, 112; Gertrude Maria, 30; 

James, 6 ; Jessie Mary, 30 ; John 

Daniel, 30 ; Sarah Henrietta, 30 ; 

Thomas, 6 ; William, 120. 
Baldy, Susanna, ill. 
Baley, Abraham, 151 ; Ann, 151, 152. 
Barcombe, Andrew, 123 ; Elizabeth, 123 ; 

James, 123 ; Julian, 123. 
Barden, Thomas, 146. 
Barker, Alice, 67; Christopher, 15, 45; 

Edmund Moore, 27, 28 ; John, 67 ; 

Sir John, Bt., 54; Mary, 27, 28; 

Robert, 3-5, 25-27, 33, 36. 
Barnord, Robert, 55, 56. 
Barrett, Mr., 5; Mrs., 5; "Sister," 5. 
Barrow, Catherine, 52 ; Thomas, 52. 
Barry, David, Earl of Barrymore, 84, 

85- 

Bartholomew, John, 134; Robert, 134. 
Bartlett, Jane, 36 ; Jane Matilda, 36 ; John, 

36 ; Mary, 36 ; Maryann, 36 ; Susanna, 

36 ; W., 36. 
Bartley, John, 127. 
Barwicke, Robert, 127. 
Baskett, John, 7, 10, 21, 29, 31, 37. 
Bastian, John, 121 ; Robert, 121. 
Batnor, Agnes, 120; John, 120. 
Batty, Agnes, 16. 

Baylis, Elizabeth, 21 ; John, 21 ; Martha, 
21; Moses, 21; Sarah, 21, 27; Thomas, 
21 ; William, 21 ; William, 21, 27. 

Beard, Robert, 133. 

Beare, Gilbert, 128; Harry, 128. 

Beddingfield or Bidingfield, Anne, 67 ; 
Bacon, 25; Matilda, 25; Philip, 25, 67; 
Susanna, 25. 

Bell, Caroline Elizabeth, 4. 

Bellingham, John, 121. 

Beneth, Sarah, 71 ; Thomas, 71. 

Benge, W. Henry, 149. 

Bennett, Ann, 149 ; Susanna, 149. 

Benskin, John, 50 ; Margaret, 50. 

Bensley, 'James, 83 ; Robert, 82, 83 ; 
William, 82, 83. 

Beriff, Frances, 66 ; William, 66. 

Berwick, Benjamin, 57. 

Bewley, Margaret, 66 ; Thomas, 66. 

Bickersteth, Robert, 16 ; Susanna, 16. 

Biddle, Esther, 15. 

Bigsby, T., 11. 



155 



Bill, John, 25, 33, 36, 41, 45. 

Bird, Mary, 12 ; Vincent, 12. 

Birket, Amy Twells, 6. 

Bishop, Mrs., 134; William, 134. 

Blagrave, Anne, 66 ; Thomas, 66. 

Blaker, Agnes, 121 ; Edward, 121, 134; 

Frances, 134; Joane, 121; John, 121; 

Richard, 121 ; William, 117, 121. 
Blomfeild, Simon, 55, 56. 
Blosse, Elizabeth, 66 ; Thomas, 66 ; 

Tobias, 66. 
Blower, Edmund, 58 ; John, 58 ; Judith, 

58 ; Sarah, 58. 
Blundell, Elizabeth, 104 ; John, 104. 
Bodle, Edward, 134. 
Bogg, Mary, 3. 

Bolton, Elizabeth, 60, 61 ; John, 60, 61 ; 

Penelope, 60, 61. 
Bond, Elizabeth, 43. 
Bonnicke, Joane, 97 ; John, 97. 
Booarar, Thomas, 144. 
Borden, Elizabeth, 104 ; John, 104. 
Boston, Anne, 34 ; Charles, 34 ; James, 

34 ; John Henry, 34 ; Mary Anne, 34 ; 

Philip, 34. 
Botting, Elizabeth, 47 ; John, 47. 
Bovis, Frances, 134. 
(a) Bower, John, 120. 
Bowes, James, 86. 

Bowles, Catharine, 15; John, 15; John 
Harding, 15; Richard, 15; Thomas, 15. 
Bowra, Thomas, 145, 148. 
Bowyer, Miss, 22, 23. 
Box, Mary, 93 ; Thomas, 93. 
Boxall, Richard, 126. 
Brace, John, 71. 

Bradley, Celia, 31 ; Edward, 31 ; Elizabeth, 
30; Isaac, 30 ; John, 30, 31 ; Jonathan 
Barrell, 30; Mary, 30; Newton, 31; 
Robert, 30, 31 ; Susanna, 30; William, 
3i- 

Brand, Thomas, 123. 

Brasyer, Alice, 129; Robert, 129. 

Brett, Joane, 97. 

Brewer, Robert, 123. 

Brickdale, Matthew, 22. 

Bridges, Edward, 20 ; Sarah, 20. 

Brigham, Margaret, 49 ; William, 49. 

Bristoe or Bristow, Mary, 146 ; Thomas, 

64; William, 146. 
Brode, John, 122. 

Brook, Brooke or Brooks, Arthur, 152 ; 

Cordelia, 152; Dinah, 3 ; Elizabeth, 107, 

152 ; Francis, 61-63 > George, 152 ; 

Harriet, 152 ; Jane, 152 ; Johan, 121 ; 

John, 152 ; Margaret, 121 ; Sarah, 152 ; 

Stephen, 152; Thomas, 3; William, 152. 
Brooker, Elizabeth, 50 ; James, 50. 
Brown, Browne or Broune, Alice, 140 ; 

Anne, 147, 148 ; Henry, 122 ; Hester, 

71; Joane, 47; John, 47, 121, 146; 

Joseph, 147 ; Mary, 140, 147, 148 ; 

Ralph, 140 ; Samuel, 54 ; Sarah, 147 ; 

Thomas, 147. 
Browne, alias Faulconer, Anne, 136. 

I ' 



Broxell, Joane, 47 ; Simon, 47. 
Bruton, Thomas, 71. 

Bryckwood, Bartholomew, 41 ; Mary, 41. 
Brykeden, Alan, 117; Elizabeth, 117; 

Joane, 117 ; Phillis, 117. 
Buckell or Buckoll, Sarah, 110, 152. 
Buckland, Maurice, 128. 
Buckwell, Thomas, 149. 
Buett, John, 131. 
Bugden, John, no; Mary, no. 
Burgery, Bristow, 149. 
Burly, Elizabeth, 108. 

Burt, Joane, 97 ; Nicholas, 97 ; Sarah, 

102; Stephen, 150; Walter, 102. 
Burtenshaw, Bernard, 133. 
Butts, William, 62. 

Bysshe, Edward, 82 ; Mary, 146 ; Susan, 
146 ; Thomas, 146. 



C 

Caffin, Anne, 116; William, 116. 
Cahvich, Mrs. Granville, 42. 
Cambridge, Nurse, 24. 
Camden, William, 80. 
Camplin, John, 22. 
Cane, Agnes, 1 17. 

Cant, Ann, 13; George, 13; Jacob, 13; 

Jane, 13; Mary, 13; William, 13. 
Cardinal, Margery, 66 ; Susan, 66 ; 

William, 66. 
Carewe, Thomas, 129. 
Carlton, Rev. — , 16. 

Carlyon-Britton, Philip William Poole, 15. 
Carpenter, Andrew, 71 ; John, 71; Robert, 
121. 

Carrige, Roger, 117. 

Cartwright, Ann, 2, 3; Dinah, 3; Dorothy 
(Aunt Dolly), 2, 3 ; Edward, 2 ; 
Elizabeth, 2 ; Frances, 2, 3 ; Francis or 
Frances, 3 ; Jane, 2 ; Joel, 2, 3 ; Mary, 
2, 3 ; Rebecca, 3 ; Robert, 3 ; Sarah, 2, 
3 ; Thomas, 2, 3 ; Thomas Weeks, 3 ; 
Thompson, 2, 3 ; Tobias, 3. 

Caston, John, 71 ; Martha, 71. 

Cater, Charlotte, 14; Mary, 52; Thomas, 

52. 

Cawlstocke, Samson, 126. 

Challenor or Chaloner, Elizabeth, 102 ; 

John, 134; Thomas, 134. 
Chamberlaine or Chamberlayne, Elizabeth, 

43 ; George, 43 ; Marianna, 43 ; T. , 42. 
Chambers, Martha, 60 ; Peter, 60. 
Chasmore, Elizabeth, 151. 
Chatfield, Edward, 131 ; Henry, 131 ; 

Joane, 115; John, 123, 131; Mary, 131; 

Michael, 150; Rd., 131 ; Robert, 123; 

Stephen, 131; Thomas, 119, 142, 147; 

William, 131. 
Chauntler, John, 47; Widow, 130. 
Cheale, Mary, no. 

Child or Childs, Ann, 100 ; Elizabeth, 21, 

27; Samuel, 21, 27 ; Thomas, 62. 
Chinner, Elizabeth, 102; John, 102. 



Chowne, Choline or Choane, Bray, 138; 

Edward, 135, 138; Elizabeth, 138; 

John, 138 ; Mary, 135 ; Nicholas, 138 ; 

Rachel, 138; Thomas, 138; William, 138. 
Christian, Ann, 6 ; Elizabeth, 6 ; Robert, 6. 
Clarke, Deborah, no; Edward, 66; 

Good. , 59 ; Robert, 57 ; Susan, 66 ; 

T., 9- 
Cleggett, Joane, ill. 

Clements, Ann Coyne, 12; Elizabeth, 12 ; 

George, 12; Joseph, 12; Mary, 12; 

Sarah, 12; William, 12. 
Clifford, Harriet, 152; William, 152. 
Coakley, Mary, 38. 
Cobbie, Roger, 133. 

Cock, Ann, 45 ; John, 45 ; Joshua, 45 ; 

Mary, 45 ; Sarah, 45. 
Coe, Francis, 10 ; James, 64 ; Maria, 10 ; 

Martha, 10. 
Coell, Elizabeth, 54. 

Colchester, Benjamin, 64 ; Deborah or 

Dorothy, 64. 
Cole, James, 33 ; Katherine, 104 ; Susan, 

33. 

Collens, Elizabeth, III. 
Collett, Cornelius, 61. 
Colling, Robert, 35. 

Collins, Ann, 150, 151 ; Charles Allston, 8 ; 

Francis, 8 ; Margaret, 8 ; Martha, 8 ; 

William, 8, 150, 151 ; William Wilkie, 8. 
Collyer, Ann, 10, 11 ; John, 10; Thomas, 

11. 

Colman or Coleman, Edmund, 57, 58 ; 

Francis, 57 ; Mary, 57, 58. 
Colvill, Robert, 136; William, 130. 
Colwell, William, 122. 
Colyer-Fergusson, Thomas Colyer, 37. 
Comber, Dennis, 128; Edward, 120; 

John, 149, 152; Thomas, 126. 
Comport, Mary, 102. 
Constable, Michael, 135 ; Richard, 135. 
Cook or Cooke, C, 34; Edward, 7; 

Elizabeth, 7 ; James, 7 ; John, 7 ; 

Robert, 76. 
Cooper, Anne Maria, 35 ; Chanty, 135 ; 

Elizabeth, 103 ; Esther, 35 ; Frances, 

35 ; Frances Sarah, 35 ; George, 92 ; 

Hunter, 35 ; Hunter William, 35 ; 

James, 135 ; Jane, 35 ; Louisa Frances, 

35; Magdalen, 135; Margaret Elizabeth, 

35 ; Martha, 35 ; Robert Thomas, 35 ; 

Sarah, 35 ; Thomas, 103. 
Cornelius, Elizabeth, 92 ; John, 92. 
Cornock, Daniel, 71 ; Hannah, 70; John, 

70; Mabel, 71; Thomas, 71; William, 

7i- 

Cossam, Mary, 47. 
Cotten, Mrs., 144. 

Courthope or Courtnppe, Joane, 125; 

William, 114. 
Covert, Sir Walter, 131. 
Coward, Ann Thomazina, 17. 
Crabb, Eliza, 20 ; Frederick, 20 ; 

Habakkuk, 20; Mary, 20; Norman, 20. 
Craggs, James, 86. 



Cranston, William, 149. 

Crawford or Crafourd, Betty, 4. 

Crawley, Richard, 81. 

Creasy or Cresy, Ninian, 97, 142 ; Sarah, 

97, 142. 
Cretton, Mr., 31. 

Cripps, Cripse or Crisp, Agnes, 46, 47 ; 
Alice, 47 ; Ann, 47, 48 ; Audrye, 48 ; 
Cisly or Sisly, 47 ; Daniel, 46 ; Dina, 
46 ; Dorothy, 46, 47 ; Edward, 46-48 ; 
Eleanor, 46 ; Elizabeth, 46-48 ; Faith, 
46, 48 ; George, 46; Grace, 47; Henry, 
46, 48 ; Joane, 46, 47 ; John, 46-48 ; 
Joseph, 46 ; Judith, 46, 47 ; Margery, 
46, 47 ; Mary, 46-48 ; Matthew, 47 ; 
Mildred, 46, 47 ; Mr., 5 ; Mrs., T., 5 ; 
Nathaniel, 47 ; Nicholas, 46-48 ; Ninion, 
47 ; Obedience, 47 ; Rebecca, 46, 47 ; 
Richard, 46, 48 ; Samuel, 47 ; Sarah, 
46, 47 ; Susan, 46-48 ; Susanna, 47 ; 
Temperance, 47 ; Thomas, 46-48 ; 
Vrsula, 47; Walter, 46; William, 46-48. 

Crofton, Addison, 16 ; Anne Agnes, 16 ; 
Caroline Anne Agnes, 16 ; Frances 
Magdalen, 16 ; Henry Thomas, 16 ; 
John, 16; Richard Folliott, 16; William 
DAbzac, 16. 

Crofts, Mary, 112. 

Crossingham, Robert, 136. 

Crunden, Thomas, 134. 

Culling, Catherine, 51 ; James, 51. 

Curtis, Ann, 148 ; Edward, 148. 

Cutler, Joan, 65 ; Robert, 80; William, 65. 



D 

Dacres, Lord, 122. 

Daken, Barnarde, 128. 

Dancey, John, 71. 

Dandy, Elizabeth, 65. 

Davis, Ann, 7 ; Dinah, 44 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; 

Mary, 7 ; Richard, 7 ; Thomas, 7, 70 ; 

William, 70. 
Dawes, Edwin Nathaniel, 152. 
Day, Edward, 113; Jane, 113. 
Deane, alias Warren, Edmund, 128 ; 

Richard, 128 ; Robert, 128 ; Thomas, 

128 ; William, 128. 
Death, Deborah or Dorothy, 64 ; Elizabeth, 

64. 

De Soyree, Marianne, 23. 
Devennishe, John, 122. 
Dickinson, M., 29; Rev. — , 18. 
Docking, George, 14 ; Margaret, 14 ; 

Mary, 14 ; Sarah, 14 ; Sarah Fabb, 14. 
Douglas or Duglas, Alice, 47 ; Bernard, 7 1 ; 

Rebecca, 71. 
Dove, Simon, 57. 
Downer, Scragget, 124. 
Draper, Thomas, 134. 
Drury, George, 62. 
Ducie, Lord, 23. 

Duedney, Charles, 152; Jane, 152. 
Dugdale, William, 72, 74- 



157 



Dungate, Anne, 47 ; Elizabeth, 97 ; 

Stephen, 47. 
Durrant, William, 133. 
Dyer, Joane, 134. 
Dyke, Sir Thomas, 139. 
Dyne, Thomas, 135. 



E 

Eager, Elizabeth, 116; James, 116. 
Earle, Thomas, 138. 
Easte, Thomas, 123. 
Easton, Katherine, 134. 
Echard, Thomas, 56. 

Ede or Eede, Anne, 109, 142 ; George, 
142 ; James, 142 ; John, 109, 142 ; 
Mary, 142 ; Sarah, 142 ; Thomas, 142. 

Edgar, Mileson, 62, 63. 

Edsall, Elizabeth, 97. 

Edwards, Dorothy, 124 ; Elizabeth, 52 ; 
Fineaux, 52 ; Meliscent, 17 ; Ralph, 
134; Sarah, 137; Stephen, 17; Susan, 
137; Thomas, 137; William, 137. 

Eldridge, Daniel, 58; Honour, 58; Judith, 
58. 

Ellenborough, Anne Law, Lady, 43 ; 

Edward Law, Lord, 43. 
Ellery, Margaret, 34. 

Elliot or Eliott, Eliza, 40 ; Elizabeth, 7 ; 

Gilbert, 7 ; John, 40 ; Mary Ann, 38, 

39 ; Philip, 38, 39. 
Ellis, Alexander, 22 ; Charles, 152 ; 

Dorothy, 105, 135, 137; Francis, 147; 

George, 104; Mary, 104 ; Thomas, 105, 

I35> 137- 
Elphick, Richard, 27. 
Ely, Robert, Bishop of, 16. 
England, Elizabeth, 2; W., 2. 
Euance, Mar}', 70; William, 70. 
Evatts, B., 11. 
Everard, Raymund, 81. 
Ewer, Charlotte Catherine, 16. 
Exeter, Joseph Hall, Bishop of, 78. 
Exold, Hannah, 71; John, 71. 
Eyre, George, 20. 



Fabb, Georgiana Docking, 14 ; Mary Ann 
Rebecca, 14; Richard, 14; Sarah, 14. 

Fairfax, John, 60 ; Penelope, 60. 

Farncomb, Ann, 116; Henry, 116. 

Faulconer, Adrian, 121, 123; Agas, 1 18; 
Agnes, 104, 105, 108, 114, 118, 120, 
122, 125-128, 138; Alan, 117; Albert, 
93; Alexander, 94, 97, 112; Alice, 97, 
99, 100, 109, 119, 120, 124, 139, 140; 
Allen, 100-102, 117, 124, 133 ; Amy, 105, 
106; Ann, 93-116, 121, 123-125, 129, 
132-139, 141-148, 150-152; Anna, 95; 
Annas 117, 119, 130, 131, 138; Ann 
Bayley, 113; Annie, 97; Arthur, 112, 
121, 152; Avis, 127; Barnard, 119; 

153 



Benjamin, 96, 105-107, 116, 141, 143, 
149, 151, 152; Benjamin George, 109; 
Betteris, 101, 102; Bridget, 94, 97, 106, 
113, 114, 143, 144; Caroline, 113; 
Catherine, 97, 125, 131, 133, 135, 142, 
145 ; Charles, 93, 95, 101, 151 ; 
Christian, 95, 96, 98 ; Cordelia, 108, 
152 ; Cothe, 122 ; Daniel, 95, 98, 
100, 104, 116; Deborah, no, in; 
Dorothy, 96, 98, 100, 105, 135 ; 
Easter, 127; Ed., 103; Edmund, 101, 
141, 150; Edward, 93-103, 106, 107, 
no, 113, 118, 119, 123, 125, 128, 130, 
132, 135, 137, 139, 141, 143-151 ; 
Elizabeth, 93-9S, 100-117, 119, 122, 
125, 127, 129-143, 145-148, 150, 152; 
Ellice or Ealce, 94, 97 ; Ellinor, 

98, ill, 125; Esther, 116; Eth., 
in ; Frances, 102, 124 ; Frank 
David, 116; George, 93-98, 100, 101, 

103, 106-108, 112, 125, 138, 140, 
144-148; George William, 152; Gerard, 
119 ; Gertrude, 128 ; Grace, 96 ; 
Gregory, 136; Gwalther, 99; Hannah, 
101-103, 116, 136, 142, 150; Harriet, 
109; Henry, 94-101, 104-112, 118, 121, 
123, 125, 126, 132, 134-137, 139, 
141-145, 147-149; Henry Verrall, 152; 
Hezekiah, 105; Iningfield 107, 108; 
Isaac, 96, 109, 127, 130, 131 ; James, 
95, 96, 101, 102, 108, 112, 116, 125, 132, 
137 ; James Hugget, 93 ; Jane, 93-95, 97, 
100, 102-105, I0 %> no, 112, 113, 116, 
120, 123, 127, 138, 142, 146, 150; 
Jean, 99, 114, 118; Jenny, 101 ; Jo., 
108; Joane, 94, 95, 97, 99, 101, 
103-105, 110, in, 114-122, 124-126, 
129-131, 135, 136, 144; Johanna, 96, 
105, 108, no; John, 93-120, 122- 
137, 139, Hi -152; Joseph, 96, 97, 

99, 117; Judith, 105, 130-132; Julian, 
118, 121 ; Katherine, 97, 104, 105, 108, 
in, 139; Kithyden (?), 1 17; Lancelot, 

104, no, in, 115, 129, 136; Leah, 
108 ; Leonard, 141, 144; Lucy, 116; 
Lydia, 101, 105, 108; Margaret, 96, 
97, 101, 105, 108, Iig-122, 129 ; 
Margery, 116, 124, 129; Martha, 133; 
Mary, 93-116, 123, 126, 127, 132-135, 
138-142, 146-151 ; Mary Ann, 109 ; 
Mary Farncombe, 116; Mely, 101 ; 
Mercy, 104; Mildred, 97, 126, 151; 
Millysant, 119, 120; Moses, 106, 116; 
Mrs., 105; Nicholas, 97, 100, 118, 124, 
128-130, 133; Olive, 117; Paul, 122; 
Pennell, 123; Peter, 105, 122; Petronille, 
120; Philadelphia, 103, 104, 112, 116; 
Philip, 116, 131; Phcebe, 105; Rauffe, 
119; Rebeccah, 105; Richard, 93-95, 
97-99, 101-104, 108, no, in, 113-116, 
1 18-120, 122, 125-134, 136, 137, 139, 
143, 144, 146; Robert, 99, 100, 103, 
104, 106, 108, 126, 129, 130, 136; Robert 
Hoffman, 106, 109, no, 152; Robert 
Stephen, 152; Roger, 97, 120, 124; 



Samuel, 101, 103, ill; Sarah, 93-98, 
101-110, 112, 113, 127, 130, 132, 
136, 139-142, 144, 145. 147, 151 ; 
Smith, 109 ; Stephen 93, 95, 98, 
101, 102, 104-107, 117, 119-123, 126- 
128, 131, 138, 152 ; Stephen Sawyer, 
112, 152; Susan, 94, 95, 97, 100, 105, 
127, 132, 133, 137, 142; Susanna, 93, 
95, 96, 105, 106, in, 112, 137, 141; 
Sybil, 124; Thomas, 93-101, 103-105, 
108-120, 122-126, 129, 133-138, 140-142, 
145, 150, 152; Thomas Chiping, 100; 
Thomasine, 101, 134, 136 ; Timothy, 
94, 132; Tomasse, 119; Ursula, 104, 
133; Valentine, 106, 141; W., 107; 
Walter, 96, 98-100, 102, 117, 123, 144, 
145, 147, 148; Widow, 97-100, 108, 114, 
134; William, 94-96, 98-103, 106, 108, 
1 10-120, 122, 124-129, 131-141, 143, 
145, 147, 149-152; William Hamilton, 
109. 

Favell, Elizabeth, 4 ; Thomas, 4. 
Fawcon, Margery, 66 ; Thomas, 66. 
P'ettiplace, Elizabeth, 65 ; Thomas, 65. 
Feydelphe, Richard, 121. 
Field, John, 147. 

Fillary, Ann, 112, 143; Roger, 112, 143. 

Fillby, Mary, 55; Thomas, 54. 

Finch, Dorothy, 47 ; Elizabeth, 97. 

Finchman, John, 63. 

Flack, Thomas, 63. 

Fletewood, Thomas, 79. 

Flower, William, 72, 74. 

(a)Forde, Richard, 117. 

Foster, William, 128, 130. 

Fowler, Alice, 49 ; Francis, 47 ; Rebecca, 

47 ; Thomas, 49. 
Francis, John, 140. 
Frankish, Martin, 2 ; Sarah, 2. 
Franklin, William, 140. 
Freeman, Ann, 33 ; Anna, 8 ; Anna 

Charlotte, 8; Charlotte, 8; Charlotte 

Bridget, 8 ; John Major, 8 ; Martha 

Charlotte, 8 ; Newton, 8. 
Frend or Friend, Mary, 133 ; Robert, 133, 

135- 

Fromanteel, Abraham, 16; Mary, 16; 

Priscilla, 16. 
Fuller or Fullar, Ann, 28, 97 ; Caleb, 97 ; 

Thomas, 137. 
Furnner or Fvrnner, William, 36. 
Fursby, John, 123 ; Thomas, 123 ; 

Walsingham, 123. 
Fursley, Thomas, 121. 
Fymes, Giles, 122. 
Fynn, Elizabeth, 57, 68. 



G 

Gage, Frances, 12 ; Frances (late Hilton), 
12; John, 12; Sir John, 117; Mary, 
12 ; Thomas, 12. 

Gale, Julia S. P., 44. 

Gardimew, Balteshazzar, 56. 



Gardiner or Gairdner, A., 42; Susan, 142 ; 

Thomas, 142. 
Garrard, Amy, 21 ; Edward, 21 ; Francis, 

21 ; James, 21 ; John, 21 ; Mary, 21 ; 

Robert, 21 ; William, 21. 
Garrow, Eliza Sophia, 39; Sir William, 39. 
Gasson, Thomas, 104. 
Gates, Henry, 144. 
Gell, Francis Harding, 152. 
Genken, George, 131. 
Genner, Mary, 131. 

George or Georges, Elizabeth, 40, 134; 

William Payne, 40. 
German, Peter, 150. 
Gibbs, Samuel, 71. 
Gilings, Abraham, 70 ; Mary, 70. 
Gill, W., 4. 

Gingins, Joane, 71 ; William, 71. 
Gipps, John, 57. 

Glanfield, Jeremiah, 48 ; John, 48 ; Mary, 
48. 

Goble, Richard, 140. 
Godley, Elizabeth, 115. 
Goffe, Hugh, 140. 
Golding, Thomas, 60. 
Goldsbury, Samuel, 57, 58. 
Goldsmith, Elizabeth, 139. 
Gooding, Hannah, 9. 
Goodwin, Ann, 2. 
Gordon, Frances, 12. 
Gorridge, Ann, 105. 

Gray, Graye or Grey, Elizabeth, 112; 
John, 112; Richard, 128; Sir Thomas, 
117. 

Green or Greene, Ann, 16, 27, 28 ; 
Edward, 149 ; Elizabeth, 140 ; Ellinore, 
16; George, 16; Jacob, 27; Katherine, 
149; Martha, 149; "Nurse," 23; 
Sarah, 102; Thomas, 149. 

Gronow, Mary Ann, 37, 38 ; Thomas, 37, 
38. 

Groombridge, James, 144. 

Grove, Dorothy 49 ; Mary, 55, 56 ; Ralph, 

49 ; Thomas, 54-56. 
Guilbert, Mr., 134; Mrs., 134. 
Guilham, William, 104. 
Gummer, Elizabeth, 44 ; Joseph, 44. 
Gurr, Henry, 104 ; Philadelphia, 104. 



H 

Hadley, Caleb, 71 ; Susanna, 71. 
Haiward, Hester, 71; Margery, 70; Ralph, 
70, 71. 

Plale, Lady Theodosia, 23, 

Hall, Elizabeth, 107 ; John, 22, 107, 146 ; 

Joseph, Bishop of Exeter, 78 ; Robert, 

146 ; Samuel, 146 ; Thomas, 146. 
Hallam, Mrs., 42. 
Hamblin, Ann, 144. 
Ham by, Robert, 57, 58 ; Su., 57. 
Hamlin, Anne, 107, 145, 147, 148; Hugh, 

131 ; Thomas, 148; William, 107, 145, 

148. 



159 



Hammond, William, 135. 
Hanson, John, 54. 

Harbour, Catherine, 97 ; Stephen, 97. 

Harden, Mary, 149 ; William, 149. 

Harding, William, 15. 

Hardman, John, 125. 

Hardy, Anne, 2 ; Thomas, 54. 

Harfell, William, 139. 

Harflete, Elizabeth, 49 ; Thomas, 49. 

Harison, Charles, 143 ; Katherine, 143. 

Harman, Thomas, 121. 

Harris, Elizabeth, 27, 70, 

Harslett, Ann, 19; Caroline, 19; Eleanor, 
19; Elizabeth, 18, 19; Elizabeth Jane, 
18; Henry, 19; John, 18, 19; Joseph, 
18; Mary, 19; Richard, 18, 19; Richard 
John, 18, 19; Sarah, 18, 19; William, 19. 

Harsy, Edward, 97. 

Hasler, G., iS. 

Hasylden, John, 117; William, 119. 

Hawley, Thomas, 79. 

Haynes, Charles Main, 61. 

Hazlegrove, Alexander, 117. 

Heard, Sir Isaac, 82, S3. 

Helmsley, Mary, 114. 

Henly, Sarah, 93. 

Hepden, Thomas, 126. 

Hersye, Stephen, 128. 

Heslop, Dr., 24. 

Hesman, Anne, 1 14. 

Heth, Hegis, 71 ; Mary, 71 ; Thomas, 

70, 72. 
Hickson, John, 152. 

Hilles or Hills, Drew, 108 ; Elizabeth, 

128; Harry, 37; William, 128. 
Hoader, Mary, no. 
Hobart, John, 52 ; Margaret, 52. 
Hobbes, James, 86. 

Hodges, Eliza, 39 Thomas Stokes, 39. 

Hodgkinsonne, R., 35. 

Hodson, John, 143. 

Hoffman, Ann, 106 ; Robert, 106. 

Hogg, Alexander, 24. 

Holcombe, Stephen, 129. 

Holden, John, 127. 

Hole, Annie, 97. 

Holland, Frances, 2; Thomas, 144. 
Holmes, Elizabeth, 104 ; Henry, 104 ; 

Mary, 144 ; Richard, 144. 
Home wood, Mary, 109. 
Honey, Edward, 132; Judith, 132. 
Hook or Hooke, Eliza, 39; Elizabeth, 66; 

James, 39; John, 56; Margery, 120; 

Richard, 66 ; Theophilus, 56. 
Hopkins, Frederick, 43 ; George, 43 ; 

Henry, 43; Henry George, 43; Marianna, 

43 ; Marianna Elizabeth, 43 ; — , 128. 
Horwood, Joseph, 22 ; Mrs., 22. 
Hotchkins, Marianne, 25 ; Thomas, 25. 
Houghton, John, 141. 

Howard, Ann, 12; Elizabeth, 102; George, 
70, 72; James, 12; Mary, 12; Thomas, 
102. 

Howell, George, 23; Mary, 22; Mrs., 22; 
Roger, 22 ; W. L., 5. 



Howlett, Pamela, 27. 
Hudson, — , 5. 
Huggett, William, 149. 
Hughes, Mr., 29. 

Humffrey, Judith, 47 ; Michael, 47. 

Hunt, Adela Louisa, 45 ; Caroline Editha, 
45 ; Elizabeth, 44, 45; Elizabeth Emily, 
45 ; Louisa, 37, 39 ; Nathaniel Albert, 
44; Rev. — , 23; Richard, 143; Thomas, 
37> 39 ; William, 44 ; William Thorley 
Gignac, 44. 

Hunter, Walter, 142. 

Hutchison, Ann, 4 ; Betty, 4 ; George, 4 ; 

James, 4; Jean, 4; John, 4; Margaret, 4. 
Hutton, Goodman, 128 ; Louisa Caroline 

Mary Anne, 16. 

I 

Ilrrtan, Thomas, 127. 
Infield, Agnes, 107. 
Ingham, John, 59. 

J 

Jackson or Jacson, Roger, 54 ; William, 5. 
Jacob, Robert, 57. 

Jany, Benjamin Barber, 14 ; Flarriet, 14 ; 
Julia, 14; Louisa, 14; Mary, 14; Mrs., 
14 ; Robert Maddison, 14 ; William 
Thomas, 14. 

Jaquis, Mary, 104. 

Jefferies, John, 97 ; Katherine, 97. 

Jeffery, Susanna, 112; William, 112. 

Jellat, Richard, 144. 

Jenner, Anne, 113; John, 113; William, 
127. 

Jessay, Richard, 117. 

Jessop, Temperance, 21 ; — , 128. 

Jnge, Ann, 113; John, 113. 

Joanes or Joanse, John, 149; Mary, 71 ; 

Walter, 70, 72. 
Johnson, Ann, 45 ; Benjamin, 45 ; Elizabeth, 

18, 45; Richard, 123; Samuel, 45; 

Sarah, 2 ; W., 2. 
Jones, H., 19. 

Jordan, Joseph, 17; Meliscent, 17. 
Josselyn, Harriett, 41 ; James, 41 ; Mary 

Bryckwood, 41. 
Jugge, Richard, I. 
June, Johanna, 96 ; Thomas, 96. 



K 

Kaddle, Robert, 126. 
Keats, Fredrick, 36. 
Keble, Mary, 65 ; Richard, 65. 
Kempe, William, 82. 

Kempston, Alice, 11 ; Harriot, 11; 

Henry William Hume, n; Nicholas, 11. 
Kent, Rebecca, 3 ; W., 3. 
Ker, Andrew, 7 ; Charles, 7 ; Cicily, 7 ; 

Elizabeth, 7 ; Essex, 7 ; Gilbert, 7 ; 

John, 7 ; Mary, 7 ; Robert, 7 ; William, 7. 

60 



Kerrington, Nicholas, $6. 
Kidder, Edward, 139. 
Killet, Charles, 86. 

King, George, 63 ; Gregory, 81 ; Henry, 
34 ; Mary, 34 ; Robert, 99 ; Thomas, 
119, 152. 

Kingcote, Robert, 23. 

Kinge, Henry, 117. 

Kinton, Aaron, 54. 

Kipping, George, 137. 

Kirkham, Mary, 25 ; Smith, 25. 

Kirman, Ann, 2 ; John, 2. 

Knevett, Mrs., 5. 

Knight, Anne, 56 ; Samuel, 48 ; William, 
126. 

Knowles, Daniel, 70, 72. 



L 

Lamb, Ann, 113; Thomas, 144. 

Lambert, John, 6; Mary, 6; Thomas, 127. 

Lander, Nurse, 23. 

Lane, Anne, 93. 

Langrklge, Elizabeth, 104. 

Laseter, Mrs., 149. 

Lashemer, Elizabeth, 125. 

Lavington, Ralph, Lord, 40. 

Law, Anne, Lady Ellenborough, 43 ; 

Edward, Lord Ellenborough, 43. 
Lawrence, Andrew, 142. 
Lede, Edward, 111; Susanna, 111. 
Ledgetter, John, 146. 

Lee, Ann, 45 ; Elisabeth, 45 ; James, 45 ; 

John, 45, 104 ; Joseph, 45 ; Joshua, 45 ; 

Mary, 45, 104; Richard, 45; Sarah, 45; 

William, 45. 
Legh or Leigh, Elizabeth, 22, 23 ; Peter, 

74 ; Sir Peter, 74 ; Piers, 73, 74 ; 

Sir Piers, 73, 74 ; Richard, 74 ; 

Sir Robert, 73, 74 ; Thomas, 74. 
Leman, Thomas Curtis, 23. 
Lennard, Priscilla, 49; William, 49. 
Lester, Mr., 36; Mrs., 36. 
Lettsom, Ann, 38 ; Edward, 3S, 40 ; 

Eliza, 39, 40 ; Eliza Garrow, 40 ; Eliza 

Sophia, 39 ; Elizabeth, 40 ; George, 40 ; 

Harriet, 39 ; John Coakley, 38 ; John 

Miers, 37, 38 ; Louisa, 37, 39 ; Mary, 

38 ; Mary Ann, 37-39 ; Pickering, 40 ; 

Rachel, 37, 38 ; Samuel, 39 ; Samuel 

Fothergill, 39 ; William Garrow, 39 ; 

William Nanson, 37, 38. 
Lindfield, Anne, 93 ; George, 93. 
Littlewood, Margaret, 14. 
Lloyd, Catherine, 23. 
Lock, Thomas, 82, 83. 
Lockwood, Elizabeth, 20 ; Henry, 20 ; 

John, 20; Maria Fiddeman, 20; Robert, 

20 ; Sarah Ann, 20 ; William, 20. 
Lockyer, Catherine, 33. 
Lomax, AnnTheodosia, 24 ; Lieut. -General, 

24. 

Long, Daniel, 70; John, 70, 71 ; Joseph, 
70, 71 ; Robert, 71 ; Samuel, 71. 

16 



Longley, Elizabeth, 138 ; Mary, 93 ; 

Richard, 138. 
Lord, John, 71. 

Love, Elizabeth, 52 ; James, 52. 
Low, Ann, 13. 

Lucas, Edward, 97, 137 5 Susan, 97. 
Lulham, Richard, 132. 
Lunnis, John, 1. 

Luxford, Alexander, 107, 141; Anne, 107; 
— 134- 

Lynch, Athaliah, 92 ; Edward, 92 ; 

Elizabeth, 92 ; William, 92. 
Lyon, Joseph, 60 ; William, 60. 



M 

Mackenzie, Sarah, 86. 
Mackrell, Elizabeth, 113. 
Madgewicke, William, 124. 
Malfalguerat, Jane, 61 ; Michael, 61. 
Manders, William, 70. 
Mannington, Thomas, 123. 
Maple, Henrietta, 30. 

Marchant, Mary, 97; Thomas, 13S ; 

William, 147. 
Marsh, Robert, 31. 

Marshall, Elizabeth, 137 ; George, 137. 
Martin or Marten, Edward, 7 1 ; Eleanor, 9 ; 

Hannah, 9; Jane, 9; Richard, 140; 

Sarah, 9 ; William, 9. 
Mascall, Anne, 116; John, 120. 
Mason, Elizabeth, 17 ; William, 149. 
Master, Margaret, 49 ; Richard, 49. 
May, Mary, 42. 

Mayhew, Edward, 55 ; Myles, 1. 
McDowall, Charles, 44 ; Elizabeth, 44. 
Mead, John, 137. 

Meadows, Amos, 28; Ann, 28; Elizabeth, 
28 ; Frederick, 28 ; George, 28 ; Henry, 
28 ; James, 28 ; John, 28 ; Mary 
Ann, 28 ; Sophia, 28 ; Thomas, 28 ; 
Walter Mills, 28 ; William, 28. 

Mee, Thomas, 42. 

Mepham, Elizabeth, 134 ; John, 137 ; 
Susanna, 137; Thomas, 137; William, 

134, 137 
Merriman, Lydia, 57. 
Merry, Mary, 48 ; Robert, 48. 
Merser, Edward, 123. 
Michelbourne, Thomas, 129. 
Michell, Mitchell or Mychell, Hannah, 

103; Henry, 123; John, 105, 118, 133; 

Mary, 105 ; Susanna, 93 ; Thomas, 127. 
Middleton, Ann, 100 ; Arthur, 100. 
Miers, Ann, 38; John, 38. 
Mills, C, 28; E., 28; Elizabeth, 2S ; 

John, 28; Joane, 116. 
Milner, Ann, 10 ; Jane, 10 ; John, 10 ; 

Susanna, 10; Thomas, 10; William, 10. 
Minter, Edmund, 69 ; Elizabeth, 68, 69 ; 

Hannah, 69 ; John, 69 ; Letitia, 69 ; 

Mary, 61-65, 68, 69; Sarah, 61-65, 68; 

William, 55-64, 68, 69. 



Mivins, Jane, 149. 
Molyneux, Henry Howard, 24. 
Monk, Katherine, 105; Robert, 1 18. 
Moody, G., 44. 

More, Miss, 43 ; Moses, 70, 72 ; Sir 

Thomas, 43. 
(a) More, Thomas, 1 19. 
Moreton, Mary, 19. 

Morewood, Amy Twells, 6 ; Ann, 6 ; 

Elizabeth, 6 ; Fanny, 6 ; James Baker, 6 ; 

John, 6 ; Margaret, 6 ; Mary, 6 ; 

Michael, 6; Robert, 6; Thomas, 6; 

William, 6. 
Morley, Herbert, 129; Mary, 93; William, 

93- 

Morpeth, Lord, 42. 

Morris, Charles, 41 ; Edmond, 41 ; 

Grace, 41 ; Margaret, 41 ; Richard, 41 ; 

Robert, 41 ; Rose, 35 ; Thomas, 35. 
Mortlock, J., 42 ; Mrs., 42 
Mow, Eleanor, 9; William, 9. 
Moysey, Archdeacon, 44. 
Muglewick, Elizabeth, 109. 
Mundy, James, 70 ; Richard, 70. 
Muschemire, Edward, 121. 



N 

Nanson, Kezia, 37 ; Mary Ann, 37 ; 

Rachel, 36-38 ; William, 36, 38. 
Neale, Fanny, 6 ; John, 15; Joseph, 15; 

Mary, 15; Mary Ann, 15; Richard, 

IS- 

Neges, Ed., 138. 

Negro Slaves, a transfer list of, 86-90. 
Nevison, Margaret, 50 ; Thomas, 50. 
Newcomb, Thomas, 37. 
Newman, Jacob, 85; John, 97 ; Mary, 97; 

Thomas, 131. 
Newnham, John, 127, 132, 135; Margaret, 

135 ; Mildred, 97 ; William, 97. 
Nicholas, Edward, 134; Mary, 134; 

Mr., 134 ; Mrs., 134. 
Nicholls, Samuel, 57. 

Nicolson, Alexander Francis, 10 ; Emma 
Martha, 10; James William, 10; M., 10; 
Maria Ann, 10. 

Noel, Emma, 25. 

Norfolk, Charles, Duke of, 82. 

Norman, Frances, 32; Mary, III; 
Robert, ill, 127 ; Thomas, 32, 146. 

Norris, Charles, 69 ; Elizabeth, 69. 

North, Margaret, 6. 

Northland, Thomas, 75. 

Norton, Bonham, 41. 

Norwich, Bishop of, 61. 

Notion, John, 1 18. 

Nuneham, Francis, 141. 

Nurton, John, 119; Margaret, 119. 

Nutley, Catherine, 131 ; Roger, 129. 

Nutt, Thomas, 139. 

Nycall, Henry, 146. 



O 

O'Brien, Donatus, 25 5 Eleanor, 25 ; 
Emma, 25 ; Fanny, 25 ; Henry, 25 ; 
Letitia, 25 ; Lucius, 25 ; Lucy, 25 ; 
Margaret, 25 ; Marianne, 25 ; Mary, 
25 ; Stafford, 25 ; Susanna, 25 ; William, 
25 ; . . urstow, 25. 

Odling, Dorothy, 3 ; Thomas, 3. 

Oliver, John, 97 ; Margaret, 97. 

Osborn, Hendrey, 70. 

Oxenden, Adam, 52 ; Alice, 49 ; Anne, 
49-51; Catherine, 51, 52; Christopher, 
5 1 ; Dorothy, 49 ; Edward, 49 ; Elizabeth, 
49> S°> 5 2 > Henrietta, 50 ; Henry, 
49-53 ; Rev. Henry, 51 ; Sir Henry, 
Bt., 50 ; Sir Henry, Kt, 50 ; 
James, 52 ; Sir James, 50 ; Jane, 49 ; 
Katherine, 49, 51 ; Margaret, 49, 50 ; 
Mary, 49-52 ; Mercy, 49 ; Priscilla, 49 ; 
Richard, 50-52; Thomas, 51, 52; 
Thomasine, 49; William, 49-51. 



P 

Packham, Mary, 102; Thomas, 102. 
Page, Ann, 133; Edmund, 119; James, 

118; John, 137; Judith, 105; Martha, 

137 ; Susanna, 137 ; — , 134. 
Paine or Payne, Anne, 96 ; Edward, 47 ; 

Elizabeth, 47, 57, 97, 143 ; Henry, 

131 ; Jeremy, 47 ; Joan, 47 ; Job, 

102; John, 96, 118; Marie, 102; 

Richard, 143 ; Robert, 107, 143 ; 

Sarah, 107, 143 ; Susan, 47 ; Uslye, 

131- 

Park, Elizabeth, 33; James, 33. 

Parker, Abraham, 103; Anne, 103; George, 
Mackenzie, 86 ; Henry, 86 ; James 
Cragg, 86 ; Joan, 47 ; John, 47 ; John 
Stevens, 86; Rachel, 86; Thomas, 134; 
Thomas John, 86. 

Parkhurst, John, 66 ; Rose, 66. 

Parris, James, 23; Mrs., 23. 

Parson or Parsons, Barbara, 23 ; Betteris, 
102; Elizabeth, 100; John, 100; Mr., 
23; Mrs., 23; Richard, 122; William, 
58, 148. 

Paterson, Jean, 4. 

Pattison, John, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; Thomas, 
54- 

Peak, John, 64. 

Peashey, William, 145. 

Peckham, Henry, 141. 

Peirce, Dorothy, 100 ; Richard, 100. 

Pelbem, see Pilbeame. 

Pelham, Abraham, 97; Joane, 126; 

Susan, 97. 
Pell, Mr., 134. 
Pelland, Johan, 122. 
Penfold, Hen., 149. 
Penticost, Elizabeth, 111 ; John, III. 

62 



Pepper, Ann, 10, i'i ; Caroline, n ; 

Elizabeth, 1 1 ; Elizabeth Rosilinda, 1 1 ; 

Emily, 11; Jane, 10, II ; Jane Ann, II; 

John, 10, II; Louisa Dorothy, II ; 

Sanders, 1 1 ; Susanna, 10 ; Thomas, 

10, II ; William, 10, 1 1. 
Perce John, 71 ; William, 71. 
Perkins, Mr., 26. 
Perknoll, Elizabeth, 131. 
Peters, Alice, 109; Clement, 109; E., 44; 

Elizabeth, 143; I., 44; J., 44; Jan., 44; 

John, 143; L., 44; Mary Elizabeth, 44. 
Pettit, John, 141 ; Margret, 105 ; Thomas, 

J 35 ; William, 105. 
Peyton, Anne, 51 ; Sir Samuel, Bt, 51. 
Phelp, Eleanor, 25 ; James, 25. 
Philepps, Ann, 47 ; John, 47. 
Philpot, Mary, 71 ; Thomas, 71, 119. 
Pigott, Mary, 93 ; Thomas, 93. 
Pilbeame, Pelbem or Pilben, Agnes or 

Annis, 128, 130, 131 ; Edward, 130, 

131 ; Elizabeth, 128, 130, 131 ; John, 

128, 130-132, 141 ; Mary, 141 ; 

Richard, 131, 141 ; Susan, 128, 130, 

131 ; Thomas, 141 ; William, 128, 130, 

Pilfold, Elizabeth, 146; James, 146. 

Pinney, Jane, 2 ; John, 2 ; Mary, 2. 

Pinnion, Bridget, 106 ; Richard, 106. 

Pithe, George, 128. 

Pitt or Pytt, James, 42 ; John, 124. 

Plaw, Elizabeth, 102. 

Plumer, John, 70, 72. 

Pollintine, Ann, 149 ; Hamlin, 149 ; 

Thomas, 149. 
Pollwell, Dorothy, 128. 
Poole, James, 15. 
Porter, Thomas, 144. 
Potter, Mary, 150; Thomas, 129. 
Pratt, Roger, 57. 
Pretty, Mr., 26. 

Pricke, Elizabeth, 60; Samuel, 60. 
Pride, Thomas, 71; William, 71. 
Prior or Pryor, Annie, 97 ; John, 143. 
Pritchard, Robert, 133. 
P'sonne, Richard, 119. 
Pulford, Eliza, 24. 

Pullin or Pullen, Alice, 5 ; Henry, 5 ; 

John, 5 ; Robert, 5 ; Sarah, 5 ; Simeon, 

5; William, 5. 
Pupplett, Richard, 54. 
Purvey, Mary, 103. 
Pyneon, Bridget, 144; Richard, 144. 

Q 

Quested, Ann, 144; Edward, 144. 
R 

Raikes, Richard, 42. 

Read, Sarah, 29. 

Reece, Anne, 150. 

Reeves, James, 114; Mary, 114. 

16 



Rendle, Elizabeth, 34 ; Thomas, 34. 

Renolt, Thomas, 77- 

Rham, W. L., 43. 

Rich, Dorothy, 47 ; George, 47. 

Richards, Robert, 127. 

Richardson, Ann, 27 ; Charlotte, 27 ; 
Elizabeth, 27 ; John Knifton, 27; Joseph, 
27; Mary, 21,27; Pamela, 27 ; Thomas, 
21, 27 ; William, 27. 

Richer, Daniel, 69 ; Hannah, 69. 

Rickets, Elizabeth, 71 ; Thomas, 71. 

Ridiford, Mary, 70. 

Ridley, Elizabeth, 35 ; Frederick, 35 ; 

John, 52 ; Margery, 47 ; Mary, 52. 
Rigate, John, 99 ; Jone, 99. 
Riges, Grace, 47 ; William, 47. 
Rimington, Mary, 113; Peter, 113. 
Roberds, Elizabeth, 71 ; John, 71. 
Roberts, Anne, 42 ; Bertha, 42 ; Edward, 

132 ; Elisabeth, 42 ; Ella Bertha, 42 ; 

Elle, 42; G., 42; Henrietta Elizabeth 

Charlotte, 42 ; Henry, 42 ; Isabel, 42 ; 

J., 42; James, 42; James Pitt, 42; 

John, 42, 141 ; John Abraham, 42 ; John 

Mortlock, 42 ; Mary, 42, 132 ; Mary 

Anne Catherine, 42; Mrs., 42; 

R. Richard, 42 ; Robert, 42 ; Selina, 

42; Thomas, 42; W. , 42; Widow, 132; 

William, 42 ; William George, 42. 
Robertson, Miss, 22. 
Robinson, Thomas, 20. 
Rodley, John, 102 ; Mary, 102. 
Rogers, Sa., 55. 
Roges, Rev. — , 32. 
Rollinson, Mary, 54. 
Rosham, Elizabeth, ill ; William, ill. 
Royce, Eleanor, 41 ; John, 41 ; John 

Bryckwood, 41 ; Mary, 41 ; Mary 

Bryckwood, 41. 
Rudland, Betsy, 4 ; Caroline Elizabeth, 

4 ; Ellen Rosa, 4 ; Frederic Spratlin, 4 ; 

George Harrington, 4 ; George Willis, 4 ; 

Harrington Archer, 4 ; Sarah Anna 

Maria, 4. 

Russell, Ann, 144; Fanny, 36; Mary, 144. 



S 

Sadler, Edward, 145. 

St. George, Richard, 78. 

Salmon, Elizabeth, 13 ; John, 13 ; John 

Barker, 13; Rachel, 13; Samuel, 13; 

Susanna, 13. 
Sandby, George, 61. 

Sanders, Elizabeth, 1 1 ; G. , 1 1 ; Richard, 1 1. 
Saniger, Bencamine, 71 ! John, 71. 
Saunders, Abraham, 42 ; Anne, 109 ; 

Anthony, 49 ; Bartholomew, 51 ; 

Henrietta, 42 ; Joseph, 109 ; Katherine, 

49; Mary, 51; Mrs. David, 42; 

Thomas, 143. 
Sawnder, Johanne, 117. 
Sawyer, Elizabeth, 107. 
Scarlett, Benjamin, 134. 



Scott, Ann, 60 ; Elizabeth, 56 ; Robert, 
60. 

Sea, Elizabeth, 49; John, 49; Thomasine, 

49 ; Vincent, 49. 
Seale, John, 121. 

Searles, Elizabeth, 92 ; Joane, 128. 
Sedger, Eliza, 29 ; Henry, 29 ; James, 29; 

John Oaks, 29 ; John Small, 29 ; Joseph, 

29; Maria Elizabeth, 29 ; Mary Ann, 29; 

Rosina, 29 ; Sarah, 29. 
Selman, William, 71. 
Senior, Robert, 66 ; Sarah, 66. 
Serocold, Anne, 66 ; Martha, 66 ; Ralph, 

66. 

Shad well, Nicholas, 128. 

Sharpe, Mrs., 19. 

Shepheard, Thomas, 132. 

Sherriff, Robert, 125. 

Shirley, Sir John, 131. 

Shoebridge, Elizabeth, 106; Robert, 139. 

Shoesmith, Edward, 143 ; Temperance, 

47 : William, 143. 
Shotford, James, 70, 72 ; Richard, 70, 72. 
Shum, Rev. F., 18. 
Shyll, Henry, 119; Wymarke, 119. 
Sibel, Catherine, 14; Charlotte, 14; John, 

14; John Samuel, 14; Mary, 14; Sarah, 

14; Thomas, 14; William, 14. 
Sicklemore, Alice, 67 ; . Amy, 66 ; Anne, 

67 ; Elizabeth, 65-67 ; Frances, 65, 66 ; 

Joan, 65; John, 54-56, 65-67; Jonathan, 

67 ; Margaret, 66 ; Martha, 54-56, 66, 

67; Mary, 54, 55, 64, 65, 67; Nicholas, 

67 ; Philip, 66 ; Rose, 66 ; Samuel, 67 ; 

Sarah, 66 ; Susan, 66 ; Thomas, 54, 55, 

65, 67 ; Tobias, 67. 
Sighde, " Goodwife," 128. 
Silver, Anne, 145 ; Rosamond, 145. 
Simcoe, Henry Addington, 26. 
Simons, Mary, 114. 
Skinner, Elizabeth, 102; John, 102. 
Sloper, Betsy, 23. 

Smart, Elizabeth, 31 ; William Andrew, 

31'; William John, 31. 
Smea, Christopher, 4. 

Smith, Edward, 134; John, 127, 152; 

- Mary, 102; Richard, 119. 

Smith, alias Faulconer, . Hannah, 142 ; 

Thomas, 142. 
Smithet, Andrew, 52; Elizabeth, 52. 
Smyth or Smythe, Anne, 71 ; Daniel, 7° > 

Elizabeth, 70; John, 70-72, 121; 

Joseph, 70, 72 ; Mary, 70 ; Peter, 70 ; 

Samuel, 70 ; Sarah, 71 ; Thomas, 57, 

70-72; William, 70-72. 
Smythier, Elizabeth, 56 ; Henry, 56 ; 

John, 56. 
Snap, Agnes, 125. 
Soane, Edward, 143. 
Sollis, Elizabeth, 21. 
Somer, Mary, 124; Nicholas, 124. 
Sounden, Anne, 113. 

Sparowe or Sparrow, Elizabeth, 64 ; 
Letitia, 62, 64; Sarah, 59, 68; William, 
59, 68. 

1 



Spatcherst, Elizabeth, 47 ; Samuel, 47. 
Spink, John, 63. 

Sprackling, Sir Adam, 51 ; Katharine, 51. 

Springall, Rachel, 36. 

Squire, Charles, 62, 64. 

Staker, John, 145. 

Stampe, Thomas, 123. 

Stanbridge, Anne, 135. 

Standen, Elizabeth, 142 ; Margaret, 97 ; 

Thomas, 142. 
Standing, John, 149. 
Stanford, Elizabeth, in; William, ill. 
Stapler, Mariam, 123 ; Robert, 123. 
Start or Stert, Agatha, 121 ; John, 121 ; 

Michael, 121; Robert, 121. 
Stavey, Mercy, 120. 
Stedman, Richard, 147. 
Stening, John, 143. 

Stenne, Annis, 138 ; Jane, 138 ; William, 
138. 

Stevens, Rachel, 86. 
Stidall, Sarah, 147. 

Stidulph, Hamlin, 148 ; Oliver, 148, 149 ; 

Sarah, 148; Thomas, 148; William, 148. 
Stiff, Anne, 71 ; Richard, 71. 
Stone, Edward, 140 ; Elizabeth, 140 ; 

John, 140. 
Stow, Ann, 23. 
Strahan, Andrew, 20. 

Stratford, Agnes, 29 ; Francis Paul, 29 ; 

John, 29; John Mumbray, 29; M., 29; 

Richard, 29 ; Susanna, 29. 
Stucke, Sarah, 143 ; William, 143. 
Studd, Ann, 10. 
Stunt, Elizabeth, 152. 
Stybbe, William, 117. 
Stydolfe, Richard, 121. 
Swalter, Nicholas, 126. 
Swane, John, 121 ; Margaret, 121 ; 

Richard, 121 ; William, 121. 
Sysom, Joseph, 70 ; Mary, 70. 

T 

Tailer, Ellener, 11 1. 

Taine, Mary, 38 ; Samuel, 38. 

Tayleror Taylor, Ann Mary Meliscent, 17; 
Ann Thomazina, 17-19; Barbara, 17; 
Dorothy, 2 ; Elizabeth, 17, 18 ; George, 
54; James, 17, 18; James Thomas, 17, 
18; Teremiah, 17, iS ; John, 17, 134; 
Joseph Heath, 17-19; Joseph William, 
17 ; Lydia, 17 ; Meliscent, 17 ; Ninian, 
141; Sarah, 17, 18; Thomas, 134; 
Widow, 134. 

Tesfery, Ann, 1 10. 

Teynton, Anne, 107 ; Richard, 107. 

Thatcher or Thetcher, John, 129 ; Widow, 
134- 

Theobald, Mary, 50. 
Thirg, Sarah, 32. 

Thomas, Degory, 35 ; Edmond, 35 ; 
Elizabeth, 35, 109 ; Lewes, 126 ; 
Margaret, 35 ; Mary, 35 ; William, 109. 

64 



Thompson or ' Thomsson, Ann, 2, 3 ; 

Annie, 2 ; Dorothy, 2 ; Elizabeth, 2, 3 ; 

John, 2 ; Mary, 6 ; Robert, 2, 3 ; 

Samuel, 2 ; Thomas, 2, 3. 
Thorley, Dinah, 44 ; Elizabeth, 44 ; Lucy, 

44 ; Lucy Sophia, 44 ; Mary Ann, 44 ; 

Nathaniel, 44. 
Thunder, Elizabeth, 140. 
Tideman, Mrs., 5. 
Tilden, John, 152. 
Tiping, Elizabeth, 70 ; Joseph, 70. 
Tipple, Alfred George, 9 ; Elizabeth, 9 ; 

Elizabeth Marianne, 9 ; Eustace George 

Holl, 9; G., 9; G. H., 9; George 

Alfred, 9 ; George Henry, 9. 
Tirard, Mrs., 36. 
Tombs, Mr., 22 ; Mrs., 22, 23. 
Tong, Catherine, 60, 61 ; Isabella, 63, 69 ; 

Laura, 69 ; Sarah, 63-65, 68 ; Susanna, 

65, 69 ; William, 60-65, 68, 69. 
Tooke, John, 144. 

Towry, Anne, 43 ; Elizabeth, 43 ; Elizabeth, 
Anne, 43 ; George, 43 ; George Edward, 
43 ; George Henry, 43 ; George Philips, 
43 ; Henry Philips, 43 ; Susanna, 43. 

Tranguervill, Count de, 73, 74. 

Trice, Jane, no; John, no. 

Trotman, John, 70 ; Thomas, 70, 72 ; 
William, 70. 

Tull, Nicholas, 70 ; Thomas, 70. 

Turner or Turnor, Charles, 65 ; Edward, 
105 ; Isaac, 71 ; John, 123; Mary, 105 ; 
Michael, 64, 69; Richard, 140; Susanna, 
64, 65, 69 ; William, 71. 

Tustin, Ann, 22 ; Jane, 22 ; John, 22 ; 
Thomas, 22, 23. 

Twitchett, Selina, 42. 

Tyler, A., 35. 

Tyndall, Elizabeth, 71; John, 70, 72; 

Joseph, 70-72 ; Nathaniel, 70, 72 ; 

Samuel, 70. 
Tyshurst, Alice, 121. 

U 

Underhill, John, 135. 

V 

Vahin, Thomas, 70, 72. 

Valentine, Ann, 103 ; Thomas, 103. 

Vaughan, Thomas, 147. 

Vaus, Henry, 147. 

Vden, John, 123. 

Vergol, Thomas, 123. 

Verrall, Ann, 109; Elizabeth, 116; Joane, 

103; John, 125; Mary Ann, 109; 

Plumer, 109 ; Richard, 146. 
Victor, Ralph, 128. 
Vilvain, Robert, 35. 
Vincome, Mari, 112; Richard, 112. 
Vine, Alexander, 138 ; James, 136 ; 

Margaret, 138. 
Virgo, Thomas, 125. 



Vizar, Arthur, 70 ; Jane, 70. 
Vmphre, John, 144. 

Vynall, Vynoll or Vinall, Edward, 121 ; 
Jane, 121 ; Johan, 121 ; John, 121 ; 
Mary, 49; Richard, 121. 



W 

Wade, Jane, 49 ; Joan, 145 ; Thomas, 

138 ; William, 49. 
Wakeford, John, 145 ; William, 145. 
Walder, Mary, 113. 
Walker, Hannah, 55. 
Wallis, Mary, 37. 

Waltham, Mercy, 49 ; Richard, 49. 
Ward or Warde, Dr., 24; John, 123; 

Mrs. Hay, 42; Nyman, 1 18; Thomas, 

132. 

Warden, John, 146. 

Wardiger, John, 127. 

Warner, Edward, 20 ; Sophia, 20. 

Warren or Waren, Alice, 130, 131 ; Anne, 
131; Edward, 130; Rachel, 33: 
Robert, 130, 131 ; Thomas, 33. 

Waterhouse, Mary, 135. 

Waters or Wautters, Sibell, 127, 130. 

Watkins, Sarah, 12; Thomas, 12. 

Watson, Sarah, 104. 

Watter, Walter, 144. 

Wayne, Gabriel, 22 ; William, 22. 

Webb, Daniel, 71; Hannah, 150; John, 
71 ; Mary, 71. 

Week or Weeks, Robert, 130; Sarah, 3. 

Weller, Anne, no; Mary, 113. 

Welling, Thomas, 150, 151. 

Wellington, Joan, 47 ; John, 47. 

Welton, Ann, 1 ; Cornelius, 1 ; Daniel, I ; 
Dinah, I ; Edmund, I ; John, I ; Martha, 
1 ; Mary, 1 ; Robert, 1 ; Thomas John, 
1 ; William, I, 

West, Ann, 26 ; Benjamin, 26 ; Elizabeth, 

26 ; Hannah, 26 ; Henry, 139 ; Jane, 

27 ; John, 27 ; Joseph, 26 ; Martha, 27 ; 
Mary, 26 ; Samuel, 26 ; Thomas, 26. 

Westfaling, Herbert, 76. 

Westgate, Anthony, 143 ; Elizabeth, 143 ; 

Thomas, 143. 
Wharam, Alice, 5 ; Ann, 5 ; Grace, 5 ; 

Hannah, 5 ; Mary, 5 ; Robert, 5 ; 

Rosamond, 5 ; Thomas, 5 ; William, 5. 
Whisker, Carey Herbert, 24 ; Charles 

Robert, 24 ; Elizabeth Jane, 24 ; Emily, 

24 ; John, 24 ; William Legood, 24. 
Whiskin, A., 30; Ann, 30; R., 30; W., 

30; William, 30. 
Whisky, Edward, 116; Eliza, 1 16. 
Whitcomb, Frances, 65 ; Thomas, 65. 
White, Hannah, 102 ; Hendrey, 70, 72 ; 

James, 71. 
Whitepayne or Whitpayne, Robert, 130. 
Whitlock, Mary, 14. 

Wickes, Brize, 71, 72; Elizabeth, 71; 
William, 71. 



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Wickham or Wykham, Joane, ill ; John, 
in, 117. 

Wigginton, Elizabeth, 67 ; William, 67. 
Wilder, John, 48. 

Wilding, Elizabeth Hayward Harris, 30 ; 

Gregory, 136. 
Wildman, — , 125. 
Wilkins, Mr., 24. 

Wilkinson or Wylkynson, John, 25, 77 ; 

Margaret, 25. 
Williams, Elizabeth, 34 ; Grace, 34 ; 

Henry, 34 ; John, 34 ; Margaret, 34 ; 

Mary, 34; Miles, 151; Nathaniel, 34; 

William, 34. 
Windey, Ann, 23, 24; Ann Theodosia, 23, 

24 ; Catherine Mary, 23 ; Emma, 24 ; 

George Arthuf, 23, 24 ; Henry, 24 ; 

Henry George, 22 ; James, 22 ; M., 24 ; 

Matthew, 22-24 '■> Matthew Parris, 23, 

24; Miss, 23; Mrs., 24; Nathan, 22, 23; 

Nathan Stow, 23, 24. 
Winn, John, 105 ; Susan, 105. 
Withers, Elizabeth, 71; Thomas, 71. 
Wood, Dennis, 130; Elizabeth, 21, 27; 

George, 21, 27; Henry, 52; James, 

142; John, 130, 132, 134, 139; John 

Knifton, 21, 27; Mary, 21, 27; Sarah, 

21, 27; Thomas, 52; Thomasine, 134; 

William, 21, 27, 124. 
Woodyer, John, 145. 



Woolgar, Ann, 152 ; John, 152. 
Woollredge, William, 129. 
Worge, Thomas, 144. 

Workman, Deborah, 70 ; Richard, 70 ; 

William, 70, 71. 
Worrall, Thomas E., 19. 
Worth, John, 137. 
Worthington, Eleanor, 9; G., 9. 
Worts, Ann, 32 ; B. Thiston, 32 ; 

Benjamin, 32; Charles, 32 ; Frances, 32 ; 

Frederick, 32 ; Freeman, 32 ; Henry, 

32 ; Henry John, 32 ; James, 32 ; John, 

32 ; Joseph, 32 ; Mannister, 32 ; Maria, 

32 ; Mary Ann, 32 ; Robert, 32 ; Samuel, 

32 ; Sarah, 32 ; William, 32. 
Wratishaw, Isabella, 69. 
Wright, Gascoign, 60, 61 ; Judith, 60, 61 ; 

Lawrence, 60, 61 ; Matthias, 60, 61 ; 

Penelope, 60, 61 ; Thomas, 60; W. , 4; 

Walter, 60. 
Wryotesley, Thomas, 77. 
Wyett, Frances, 3 ; William, 3. 
Wymberley, Bevil, 13 ; Elizabeth, 13. 

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Y 

Young, Anne, 97 ; Charles, 65 ; Elizabeth, 
49> 57; "Goody," 130; Michael, 65; 
Susanna, 65. 



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